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    Bunny won't stop humping new baby bunny?

    Sorry I wasn't sure which section to put it in and didn't know that was a rule. We don't have them together besides having introduced them which was completely supervised and was only for 15 minutes at a time before he started humping. They have different hutches with different runs and get...
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    Bunny won't stop humping new baby bunny?

    Thank you so much
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    Bunny won't stop humping new baby bunny?

    Yes he is, I'm not sure whether to just let them sort it out or not as she's so small and becomes so distressed. Otherwise we might just have to have them separated until she's old enough to stand up for herself. He constantly did this to Luna but she'd put him in his place so he stopped, I'm...
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    Bunny won't stop humping new baby bunny?

    Hi everyone, I have a question regarding my 5 year old mini lop cross. We recently had his bonded female Luna pass away, and he was absolutely distraught. He has been incredibly needy so we decided to adopt a new baby bunny. He's been licking her and sleeping with her, and she's been cuddling...
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    Bunny stomping constantly at night

    Thank you! We got him a night light and he's stopped
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    Bunny stomping constantly at night

    Hi everyone! I just adopted my second bunny Pluto from the RSPCA, he has been introduced to my first bunny Luna and they get along super well and are already bonded! I've had him for roughly two weeks, he sleeps inside with Luna in my room, their area is 3m by 2m and they have everything a...
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    Does my bunny like being on her back??

    She never seems stressed because her heart rate remains the same along with her breathing/nose twitching, and she stretches out more of it's really hot. She flips herself back over when she wants to hop around again as well. I'll make sure to look out for any signs she may be stressed :) Thank...
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    Does my bunny like being on her back??

    Thank you so much :) She occasionally puts herself in the position, and I had a look at tonic immobility and it's not the same position. She's never completely on her back, her head and front paws are more towards me and it's mostly her feet that are up. It's quite hot in Australia at the moment...
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    Does my bunny like being on her back??

    Oh wow I had no clue it could be so harmful :( She lays in a similar position in her hutch, feet in the air and head to the side, so I thought maybe she was happy but I don't want to risk it. Thank you for helping me out!
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    Does my bunny like being on her back??

    Hi there, My bunny Luna is a young mini lop, I occasionally put her on her back in my arms and stroke her head, which seems to make her fall asleep as her eyes start to shut a little and her head relaxes. She moves if she gets sick of it but otherwise she seems to enjoy it. Am I right to be...
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