Some animals are predators and seek out other animals to attack, kill and eat them.
Many animals in the animal kingdom have this desire and rabbits themselves have their own fair share of predators who would love to eat them or they go their paws on them.
So can rabbits eat other animals?
When it comes to eating other animals, no they won’t.
This is because rabbits are herbivores.
This means that they only eat plant-based foods and vegetables.
They love fresh vegetables, grass hays, fruits and endless water.
The other reason is that rabbits are prey animals and are attacked more than they attack.
If they are were carnivores, then they would be eating other animals. Even smaller animals need not fear a rabbit as they are simply not interested in eating or attacking them.