What Does It Mean If My Rabbit Is Acting Weird And Won't Move?


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Rabbits are very active animals. If your rabbit is unable to move I would be very concerned about traumatic injury, severe weakness, severe hypoglycemia, or severe pain likely arising from the gastrointestinal tract. Seek veterinary medical attention as soon as possible.

Why won't my rabbit move?
  • There could literally be hundreds of reasons why your rabbit isn't moving, and most of these will need a thorough medical examination, in order to understand what is wrong with your bunny.
  • The vet should be able to quickly identify the problem or, if not, he or she will run extensive and thorough set of tests on your pet to establish what is wrong and to help decide what course of action needs to be taken.
  • The vet may give your rabbit a course of medication, an injection, or emergency surgery - depending on the severity and seriousness of the problem.
  • In the worst case scenario, your rabbit may have to be put to sleep, to stop him or her suffering.
I cannot stress enough how important it is that you take your rabbit to a veterinary practice as soon as possible. Your rabbit's life could depend on it.

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