What is an anxiety rabbit?
Signs of stress may include: appearing nervous (freezing, hunched up with ears flat against the body) being excessively jumpy and watchful (bulging eyes) being aggressive to people or other rabbits, particularly if the behaviour is unusual. being aggressive when handled.
Can rabbits sense depression?
Like all mammals, rabbits experience of a range of emotions, both basic and complex. A domesticated pet rabbit will understand and mirror the emotions of their owner. If you’re happy, you’ll find your rabbit reflecting this joy. If you are withdrawn and depressed, a rabbit will express concern for your predicament.
Why does my rabbit growl and charge at me?
Rabbit aggression towards humans usually means they’re scared. These fears can result in biting. A rabbit could also bite because they’re poorly, or because their hormones are raging. Happy rabbits aren’t generally aggressive but even the happiest bunnies may lunge, bite or give a sharp nip if they feel threatened.