Chinning?

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Juste

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If you got her at 2 months she was still a baby and babies are never territorial so she is getting older now and now needs to mark it. Some rabbits become hormonal at 3,5 months, some later, latest I personally know was 8 months old, it depends on an individual rabbit, also breed and other factors like if you have another pet or maybe you leave your scent on those handles and she feels need to mark them again. My Smokey re-chin everything after I clean her place with vinegar. 🙃 She's very territorial, she's 1 year and a half now and not spayed. Other girl Bernie is 2 years next week and she never chins. But she'd mark a new rug with many many berries. All rabbits are different and also they can change when growing, changing their character and habits.

Honestly I am a bit confused now I saw your Instagram and thought there was stated that it's a boy, I was surprised since name Diva I'd expect a girl, and now you say that it's a girl so I am lost now :p
She is a girl! 😁 i can't find where it says that she is a boy on Instagram, maybe i accidentally call her him 🤣
 

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She is a girl! 😁 i can't find where it says that she is a boy on Instagram, maybe i accidentally call her him 🤣
Yep I saw your comments and it was him his etc so got confused :)
She's a very pretty girl I have to say, there was one video of her she's just gorgeous!

This one
http://instagr.am/p/B_u-XSkl-GY/
She's definitely a lionhead, I have a very similar rabbit his name is Fred 🙃 but his eyes are black and she's got blue, very beautiful!

fred-1.jpg
 

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Yep I saw your comments and it was him his etc so got confused :)
She's a very pretty girl I have to say, there was one video of her she's just gorgeous!

This one
http://instagr.am/p/B_u-XSkl-GY/
She's definitely a lionhead, I have a very similar rabbit his name is Fred :)

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Aww cute! They could be twins😁
Yes i have this problem with she/he, for two months my friend was always correcting me whenever i was speaking about her 😄
 

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I’m a new rabbit mommy and Marley our female mini lop is also started to rub her chin over things?
her cage, her toys my coffee cup 🤣 also very clingy?
like following us all everywhere our feet, literally on top of us?
she is 13 weeks and so been with us now for 5 weeks.
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I’m a new rabbit mommy and Marley our female mini lop is also started to rub her chin over things?
her cage, her toys my coffee cup 🤣 also very clingy?
like following us all everywhere our feet, literally on top of us?
she is 13 weeks and so been with us now for 5 weeks.
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She's very cute! Sounds like she's decided to claim you and keep you.
 

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Looks like a happy bunny with good parents. My gf and I both say we are better humans, loving and caring for our free roam family member. Getting chinned is kind of a big responsibility, she will look for you when you get home, when she wakes up, gets hungry, wants to play, gets hurt, is scared, etc (especially at 3 a.m.). Keep up the good work, even when she's a little pain in the butt ;]
 

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