Do Rabbits Sleep?

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It is pretty common for a new rabbit owner to wonder whether their rabbit is sleeping at all because it always seems to be awake and you’re sure to notice some quirks about your new pet’s sleeping habits.

Rabbits sleep. In fact, rabbits sleep up to 11 hours per day during daylight hours and in the late night.

Rabbits are crepuscular animals, which means they are awake and active at dawn and dusk, and they sleep most of the day during short periods.

Can Rabbits Sleep In Beds? - While some rabbit owners claim their rabbits enjoy sleeping with them, it is unlikely that your rabbit will want to. 

The more comfortable your rabbit gets with you and the more familiar you get with your rabbit, the easier it will become to identify a sleeping bunny.