All of my rabbits are rescues. Mainly from places where they were neglected but not necessarily abused. However my male rabbit came into the shelter after being taken from a drug house. His living conditions were horrendous. Standing in layers of garbage and feces in a tiny cage. He was fed nothing but toast and was constantly tormented for entertainment. He was only 5-6 months old. When he first arrived he wasn't too bad, just a little nippy, protective of food. As he gained his strength he started getting down right nasty. We knew adopting him out would be impossible. I did everything I could to try and win this guy over but he still went full on rabid bunny on me! I decided to take him anyway because he just wasn't safe to adopt out. I've gotten him neutered hoping this will help (plus I have females). He's very sweet with other rabbits and even cats. But he still hates my guts. Grunting and chasing me and kicking, biting and stomping. I have to wear gloves to pick him up. Once I have him he calms down. He likes his face pet. The second I put him down he's grunting at me again and chasing my feet. I have been handling him daily since he came to us but still no change. Could this be from how he was treated before? Or could I just have a jerk rabbit? Is there something I can do to win him over? He seems like a very happy rabbit unless I'm trying to be near him.