It is not easy being
a house rabbit: - to be taken back to a strangers
place, given living quarters which people think are
appropriate, being fed food which may not be familiar
and worse still, to be watched whilst having a meal,
to be grabbed and caressed without permission, to have
your space constantly invaded and so on. You get the
picture. It can be a very stressful time getting used
to a new place and just as stressful when people do
not understand the signs and sounds the house rabbit
sends out as messages for help.
Here at HRSS, we understand if you encounter situations
or observe behaviors which baffle your minds and have
you at your wits end. Trust us. We have been there.
We are no experts. But with the consolidated knowledge
and experience from all our members and friends,
we hope that what you read here will be of help to you.
Here, you will find many answers such as:
- How to read their behaviours
- How to deal with their individual temperaments (yes,
each house rabbit has its own unique character and
- How to understand your adorable house rabbits, and
all their funny antics
- And much more
For medical concerns, there is the healthcare section
with references to common health issues and recommended
ways to heal and care for house rabbits. Please do remember
that the information here are only recommendations and
HRSS does not take responsibility for the outcome of
advice taken from this website.
If you have any question or doubt about anything regarding
your house rabbit which could not be found in this section
please feel free to write us an email.
As soon as we have the answers, we will do our best
to respond as quickly as possible.
If you are considering whether to have a house rabbit
as a pet, please ask yourself the questions listed on
our "Before Getting
a Rabbit..." page, before deciding.