Bunny digging holes

by Angie

We have bunnies in the back yard fenced in. I have been seeing one bunny dig a hole and within an hour she or he has filled it back in. Why???

***Moderator Comment***
We actually have absolutely no idea why a bunny would dig a hole and then fill it in...perhaps it changed its mind on the location?? Dunno, but better keep an eye on the critters -- the little buggers have been known to dig tunnels that are 30-40 feet long and 4-6 feet deep. They're escape-artists!

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Nov 18, 2012
by: Anonymous

I have a typical white rabbit who somehow kept escaping her cage and I finally through my hands up and said what ever happens, happens. Well it's now been about 4 months and she's still around. She hangs out with me and plays with the kids. But the hole digging thing is weird. I watched her dig a very impressive hole (when she was in it she disappeared) then when I returned a few hours later she had filled it in. Then today while cleaning out a shed I found another one and she promptly came over and filled it in as well. Weird?

May 14, 2011
Bunny digging holes.
by: Silver Desert Rabbitry

Well, I'm not sure why it is doing that, but I really highly suggest that if you don't have it in a cage, you had better put it in one if you do not want to to get away. Because no matter the rabbit, they will find some way to run away.

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