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  1. Nicole Lindsay

    Grunting at the broom?! Coming of age behaviour?

    Hi guys, this may seem like a stupid question to some..... My Frenchie is nearing 16 weeks. I was cleaning out his living quarters like always with the broom and dustpan and brush. He first seems a little more cheery and bouncy (which is great), but he's began to chase/charge maybe? at the...
  2. EmilyJayneHarlow

    Behaviour change

    Recently my rabbit has started to do things he wouldn’t normally do, he’s digging up his litter box and scratching it making it a mess, it makes the litter smell as he pees on the Plastic, he didn’t used to do it, and he’s started scratching in corners of the room. He’s been to the vets for his...
  3. bellathebouncingbun

    Bunny ate my hair!

    My bun Bella was left out last night in my bedroom because she wanted to sleep on my bed. This happens a lot and sometimes she’ll sit and “groom” my face and nibble at my baby hairs....... but last night went a bit too far I woke up with a massive chunk of my hair gone! She’s managed to chew...
  4. A

    Love or hate? Opinions needed!

    Hello guys! I have a bit of a strange situation with my bunnies, and I'm hoping someone here can have some enlightening opinions. I have two bunnies. Angel is two years and been spayed for 1.5 year. Teddy is approximately 6 months and also spayed two weeks ago. We rescued Teddy 3 months ago...
  5. nataly

    Spayed Female 2 y.o. started peeing outside litterbox

    She used to be very good, NEVER peeing outside the litterbox. She has a larger-than-litterbox size container where I give her hay on one side and sometimes she does her business there on the other end, but usually she even jumps to the litterbox to pee. Recently, I was rearranging the layout...
  6. Kayla Martin

    Desexing my 4mth old

    I’m a first time rabbit owner, so I’m unsure on how to proceed. My sweet Buffy is 4 months old. I’ve know since planning on getting a rabbit that I’d get it/her desexed when they were old enough. Buffy has recently taken up digging as an increasing behaviour that has me thinking it might be...
  7. Bonnie96

    Rabbit behaviour help male and female - mounting

    Hi all I would really appreciate some advice please. I have two rabbits (brother and sister) I have had them both since they were 8 weeks. The male has been neutered and the female is booked to be neutered next week (they're both 6 months). Over the last few days she has been mounting him and...
  8. hazelnutbunny

    Peeing on my bed! Help!

    Hi! I have a sweet little bunny named Merlot, he is one year old and neutered. He roams freely in the house. Since he arrived, he always had this special bond with my bed. He liked to rest and even sleep with me, which is alright. Then, he began peeing on my bed during the day, which made me...
  9. H

    Suddenly become aggressive ?

    I have two mini lops, my buck Humphrey is 9 months old and my Doe Olive is 7 months old. Humphrey was neutered a while ago, and until Olive was spayed we kept them in separate cages, but got them out at the same time occasionally to bond, (making sure he didn’t mount her). They were getting on...
  10. cavebun

    Is it worth re-bonding my pair or should i keep them separated forever?

    So to put a long story short, i would appreciate any advice on my current situation with my buns, i got my male about year ago and he was such a confident boy and we where really close, we would cuddle and he would sleep on me etc, about 6 months ago i decided to get him a friend so i adopted a...
  11. Floyd2019

    Lost litter habits, moved his xpen to a new room? Help??

    Hello again! I always have so many rabbit questions. Soooo, due to recent bed peeing habits i decided to move my bunnies xpen into another room to give him more space and keep my bed from being soiled all the time. Now that I've moved him he has lost all litter habbits! He isn't peeing just...
  12. Floyd2019

    Nervous about Neutering! Need advice

    So random question about neutering my male 8 month old rex/lionhead rabbit. He went through digestion and cecum disorders when he was younger and only just got back to a healthy state a few months ago. Now that he is healthy he has started eating my carpet and peeing on my bed, it's bad for his...
  13. Floyd2019

    Rabbit thumping, unknown danger, seems very stressed!

    Hi guys. My rabbit doesn't thump very often and if he does i usually watch his body language to see if it's from fear or attention seeking etc. This morning i woke up to floyd thumping like crazy. He was hiding under my bed and then running around my room like a wild rabbit listening for...
  14. Floyd2019

    PEE IS GOING TO DRIVE ME INSANE PLS HELP I'M DESPERATE

    Hi guys! SO floyd is 7 months and not neutered (because of health issues i am waiting for him to be stable and healthy for a while before neutering him, he just started being healthy again this month!) BUT ever since he was 8 weeks old he would pee on my carpet. I managed to litter box train him...
  15. Tinto

    Some stupid questions...

    Sorry guys, I am sure many people asked and replied about this elsewhere but I have several doubts and questions about how to take care of my bunny. If you don't mind, I'd be glad to hear some advice... 1) Everybody says that bunnies need unlimited amount of hay all the time... BUT, what should...
  16. C

    Behaviour Changes

    Somebody please tell me what's happened to my boy :( I've had my bun (Channy) for about 4 months now, and he's around 6 months old. Recently I went on a trip overseas with my family for about 3 weeks, so I had left Channy with my friend, who also owns a rabbit. My friend's rabbit is female so...
  17. Kristian

    Adopted bunny who was mistreated

    Hello everyone, I recently adopted a Mini Lop x Standard from a rescue who was one of fourteen mistreated bunnies on a kill farm. His name is Marshall. Initially Marshall was shy, but got better after a week. It has almost been 3 weeks since we brought him home. Now. I do everything for him...
  18. Tabi

    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...
  19. Anjelica

    Urgent

    Background on Clover I rescued Clover over a month ago from her owner who basically stopped showing her love and attention after Easter. She was bought as a Easter gift to her little kids, was mainly around small kids in their inhouse day care too. They got tired of her after Easter.. Side...
  20. DragonflyTattoo

    My Bunny pees everywhere and I need advice

    Okay - Hello! My daughter recently got a bunny - we think he is a boy - and he is peeing outside of his litter box and also pees while he’s jumping around. He is NOT neutered yet - he is about 4 or 5 months old now. The plan is to neuter as I have read it is helpful in stopping the peeing...
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