When you think of bunnies, what first comes to mind? Most of us think of cute, cuddly creatures that you just want to hug and love.
Think about a rabbit in the wild. Rabbits are prey animals rather than predators unlike indoor pets and are hunted by creatures like wolves and hawks. The predators catch the rabbit by picking them up! So, when you reach down to pick up your rabbit and lift it up in the air, the first thing that comes to its mind is, "Oh no! I'm gonna be somebody's dinner!"
Since we don't want to frighten our bunny pals like that, it's best that you let it come to you if it wants loving and attention. Your rabbit will lay down next to you, jump up on the couch next to you, or nudge your leg when it wants affection. This is how a rabbit is comfortable showing that it likes and trusts you.
If you don't supply items for your rabbit to chew on, it will chew on whatever is available to it. If that means chewing on your desk, your chair, or your sofa, then it will.
One of the most adorable bunny behavior is the binky. Binkies are little hops your rabbit will do when it's feeling happy or playful. Not only is it beyond cute to behold, but it shows that your rabbit is happy and comfortable. The more binkies, the better!
Rabbits are more subtle in showing these things than dogs, but that doesn't mean that it's impossible for them to feel. They are very expressive creatures who will give you lots of love and affection if you are patient and willing to learn to appreciate the bunny's perspective.