Rabbits and digging go together like dogs and barking; it’s just something that many rabbits do. Some rabbits dig more than others. Why do rabbits dig? You can’t really expect an answer from your bunny. But you can make an educated guess.
Guinea pig vocalizations are part of their communication tools. A well-placed wheek, squeal, or other sound give clues about a guinea pig’s needs and feelings.
You haven’t read the title wrong. No verb is missing. For guinea pigs, popcorn isn’t something they eat or play with. It’s an activity that guinea pigs do!
The answer to one of the most frequently asked questions about guinea pigs might be up to you. That’s because guinea pigs are individuals, and you know your guinea pigs best.
Your guinea pigs are communicating with you, and your grasp of guinea pig language will grow the more you think like your piggie.
If your rabbit isn’t using the litter box, think of it as a means of communication — and it’s your job to decode the message.
Your rabbit “talks” to you via body language, not just vocalization. Understanding what your quiet companion is saying with body language just takes some observation.