We had Kimchi neutered last Tuesday, which will be one week ago as of tomorrow. He's really bounced back well - from the procedure and anesthesia. However, we feel that he may be "pissed off" at us. I know that is probably anthropomorphize-ing and/or projecting, but it seems like he is at least a little upset with us. My wife said she has especially noticed it since she has been around him more than I have, but we've both noticed it. We assume he's put it all together now. Frankly I've felt a bit guilty about it and I know intellectually that it's a good thing for him and for us, and for us all together, to be neutered in the long run. Not to mention hopefully getting him bonded with a buddy. Now I know that you guys are experienced folks but perhaps also biased in your thinking in the same way I am. ;-) Nevertheless: Do you think rabbits have these sorts of emotive thinking or what have you? What changes can we expect to see? BTW we think he is around 7 to 10 months old, probably around 8 or 9 specifically. (We don't know since we inherited from someone who also didn't know and couldn't find out.) He never sprayed or humped us or anything else that we could see. He has been more or less back to his usual routines both when confined to his pen while we are away or asleep. He has been much less binky-prone and when he does, they are small and halfhearted. I'm hopeful he will bounce back and I know it has not been long and that it takes up to 8 weeks for the hormones to be eliminated entirely. Thoughts welcomed, thanks!