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www.quora.com/Does-rabbits-have-feelings

Yes, they do! Rabbits can definitely feel happy, angry and/or excited, as well as experience many more complex emotions. They also have some really cute, different and interesting ways of showing such feelings—ones that people don't always recogni...

www.bunnyhugga.com/a-to-z/rabbit-behaviour/rabbit-psychology.html

Rabbits are capable of a wide range of emotions including jealousy, anger, fear, grief, love, irritability and insecurity. Understanding what is really going on in any particular rabbit's head may take months or even years of patient observance, particularly when you do not know the history of the rabbit from birth.

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knowing ones owner and having feelings are two really different things..... rabbits have only been domesticated for about 1000 years so they dont think of humans as their owners, but i hope they have feelings cuz they make 800 babies in their lifetime

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Best Answer: yes, bunnies have feelings, but not human feelings. they have bunny-feelings. bunnies do not comprehend the dog going inside to play. and if you think they look sad, you are projecting human feelings on them, which they don't have. bunnies are happiest with another bunny they get along with ...

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8 Common Myths about Rabbits | Pet Rabbits Howcast. ... whatever to learn about rabbits. You have to find yourself a vet ... have to respect the rabbit's desire to feel safe on the ground. These are

www.binkybunny.com/FORUM/tabid/54/aft/118938/Default.aspx

I think my rabbits do love me. I have a disabled rabbit and over the past year of him being disabled. We have grown closer then ever. I know he loves and appreciates me as I am taking care of him. My female I do believe she loves me and loves her grandmother. I will ask her where is grandma and she goes looking around for her.

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A rabbit that is scared but can’t run, or one that is nervous, may chatter its mouth (the way humans do when they’re cold). Chattering teeth or loud tooth grinding (not the soft kind heard sometimes during grooming) can also indicate a rabbit in pain, so you should do some checking for indication that it’s sick.

www.wikihow.com/Understand-Your-Rabbit

How to Understand Your Rabbit. We've all seen images of cute and cuddly rabbits that are friendly and outgoing, but rabbits are actually quite misunderstood. Rabbits are a prey species, which means they're constantly on alert for danger...

www.quora.com/What-do-rabbits-think-about

I will probably offend bunny lovers, but I don't think rabbits do much deep thinking at all. They are not much smarter than my chickens, which are shockingly stupid. They do, however, seem interested in: 1. Fresh green foods. When I go to the...

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Did you know that dogs may feel emotions similar to our own? Recent research suggests canine brains react in a similar way to ours when presented with positive stimuli. Will we ever know how an ...