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What Animals Get Along with Rabbits?
Q: I am thinking of getting pets in addition to my dwarf rabbit. I have had other pets before guinea pig, chinchilla, ferret at different points in time. My question is, do any of these pets tend to get along better than others? Rabbits are social creatures and would likely enjoy the company of another furry friend. However, introducing a new animal is not always easy.
What's Popular? Yes, really. What seems an unlikely combination, given the predator-prey context that first comes to mind, is in fact a common and often rewarding match. The key is to remove that stereotype from your mind and, more importantly, from the environment. In an earlier issue we described some of the friendships that have developed between these two. Now we offer ideas on introducing cats and rabbits in ways that minimize stress for all concerned. The environmental cues would set the instinct in motion.
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10 Animals You Won't Believe Are Closely Related
I'm an animal lover but it wasn't until later in life that I got my first rabbit. We had 4 cats all with very different personalities. - But, for many of us, the answer is neither, because you know that rabbits are the best by a hop, skip and a thump.
With house rabbits growing in popularity, we take a took at the similarities and differences between living with rabbits or cats Whilst cats and rabbits are fundamentally very different animals, one being predator and the other prey, they share some similarities as house pets, particularly if they never or rarely go outside for example those living in urban areas with no garden or high risk from traffic. The choice of a rabbit or a cat as a house pet is ultimately a personal decision based on which animal appeals to you more. This article is intended to give an insight into the viability of rabbits as house pets in comparison with cats. Cat and rabbits are both "non-travelling" pets i.
Your pet's health is our main concern. I have always been amazed at the odd things that arise in the course of my association with rabbits during the thirty-three years that I have practiced veterinary medicine. Growing up in the West Bronx had never afforded me the opportunity to become familiar with these animals, and the thought of someone actually keeping them as pets had never even dawned on me. What put rabbits on my veterinary radar screen was the information about their reproductive physiology. They were induced ovulators, a trait unique to only cats and rabbits.