Unlike human beings, rabbits cannot speak in a language we understand. However, they are various sounds and noises which they use to send ‘messages’ to us, other rabbits or pets. Here are some of the common sounds.
While trying to clean your rabbits’ hutch, refill their food or water bowls or hold him or her, he or she may suddenly snort. What does this imply?
Rabbits do not speak like human beings. However, they have a set of sounds they may use to send messages including clucking. What does this rabbit sound mean?
Why is my rabbit grinding its teeth and refusing to eat? Is he terrified, in pain or discomfort or does he have a dental problem?
Rabbit teeth clicking, purring, chattering or grinding are among vocal ways a bunny may use to speak to you, other bunnies and pets. What does purring, clicking or chattering mean?
When you hear your rabbits squealing, what message are they trying to pass across to you? Is it pain, fear, death or delight?
Why does my rabbit honk or oink? Is something wrong with him or should I remain unbothered? Here are the reasons for oinking to help understand this rabbit sound.
Grunting or growling is one a common rabbit vocal cues you shouldn’t ignore. Your pet is trying to pass some message to you.
Rabbit screaming is one of the possible rabbit’s sounds you may hear for both the house and wild bunnies. What does it denote?
A rabbit squeaking could mean many things. To correctly decipher it, this vocal cue or rabbit sound should be assessed considering the context under which it happens. Why do bunnies squeak?