Hello, I adopted my baby girl, Storm, 2 weeks ago and she is about 10-weeks old. However, during the first night, I noticed she makes sounds like she is sort of sneezing almost every time she digs through her paper bedding (no ink or fragrances) and timothy hay. She also has a slightly damp nose but it might be from drinking water since we live in the desert. Other than that, she is EXTREMELY energetic, borderline aggressive in a curious way, runs around in my apartment, jumps on my bed/couch, has clear brown eyes, breathes normally and her poop is fine. I raised over 25 rabbits when I was a kid to my early twenties, and sadly I know all the traits of a sick bunny, which Storm does not fit. However, I have read that it could be the BEGINNING of an upper respiratory infection, and I wanted to make sure she will not have one. I strongly believe that after two weeks, it would have developed already, but obviously I will get her checked out if there is a chance she is getting sick. Also, the lady that I got her from had her inside with her 6 brothers and sisters, with timothy hay instead of bedding. All of the bunnies seemed fine, and they were big for their age. Any tips would be much appreciated! I apologize if I sound cold or stubborn, I love her and I will not allow her to get sick.