Why does my bunny stamp her feet?

Hi, Just wondering if theres any reason my rabbit stamps her feet? just happens every one in a while, but I'm still curious.

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Oct 30, 2017
Thumping NEW
by: Anonymous

rabbits do this in the wild to warn there den mates and to scare away predaters my rabbit occasially does this when we let the cats in the house to eat (the cats have never swiped at the rabbit)it is just their instinct to thump. hope this helps

Dec 10, 2014
by: Thamara

Hi. This is called thumping. Rabbits do that in the wild to try to scare predators. Pet bunnies will do that if they are startled, if they don't like something, or sometimes just to get attention ( which was the case with Butters when he was younger). Hope it helps.

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