3. A hamster
A hamster can show its satisfaction by yawning and stretching. It expresses joy by jumping. Standing on its hind paws and moving forward with the upper body may signify curiosity.
If a hamster suddenly begins to wash feverishly, this may signal its concern. It expresses fright when it lies on the floor and sneaks around, trying to hide.
The hamster’s stance on its paws may have another meaning. When it stands on its hind paws but moves back with its upper body, it can signify aggression. It also may raise its front paws up.
4. A rabbit
A rabbit expresses joy by jumping. It shows its good attitude toward you when it lies on its belly and extends their hind and front legs. This means that it feels comfortable and relaxed.
When a rabbit is tense, it freezes in place. Its ears are pressed to its head and its eyes are wide open. It can take such a pose when it’s dissatisfied with your touch. A knock with its hind legs is a clear danger signal.
When a rabbit is about to bite you, it stands on its hind paws and moves the body forward. Most often, this behavior can be observed in lonely rabbits.