Rant: My Rabbit is becoming a pain in the tuckus...

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  1. Oct 19, 2019 #1

    Flakes

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    Dortmund is being very much a Teenager right now.

    it used to be I could play with him for hours and he would be a good rabbit. Now within 15 minutes of play time starting, he is trying to have sex with whatever body part he can grab ahold of. And when I don’t play with him, he’s learned that slamming his back feet makes a very loud noise, so he does this every minute or two until I come get him. At which point he starts trying to hump me again.

    He has an appointment to get fixed on the 28th and I bought him a stuffed moose for him to use in a friends with benefits kind of way until then. I love the little guy but sometimes he drives me crazy.
     
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    I laughed really much reading this. Bunnies truly have an irritable teenage period. That can drive you mad sometimes but also give you a lot of laugh.
     
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    I forgot how difficult unnuetered boys were until i started fostering some hooo boy.

    The spraying pee on you because they love you is not something i could live with for long
     
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    This made me remember what having a young, unneutered male was like. Never again lol. Bugs thought it was fun to hump my head when I was laying on the floor petting him. I suggest you try putting your scent on the moose by scuffling it one night. That way it smells like you and he may leave you alone.
    It was especially annoying when you were just about to leave the house and just giving goodbye pets.

    Bunnies will always be doing something to get on your nerves. My male likes to wake me at least once during the night every single night by scratching/biting my face because he wants his breakfast or just because he's bored and wants attention.
     
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    Oh, yes, my buck was a big sprayer when he was young and an outdoor bunny, when letting him out of his hutch I had to be quick, he came out like a pee propelled rocket :D.
    That didn't last long, and at 2yo he became a free range house bunny, now only his cuddlebun gets somewhat discoloured in springtime, mostly when they're outside.
    Never humps anything that isn't a rabbit though.

    To keep them from mischief during the night there is some tree branch under the kitchen table, when they don't have something to gnaw they go exploring, knocking things over on tables and cupboards, or enjoy USB cables and so on.
     
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    So I got Dortmund a Moose, and he's very happy with it. So I tried to leave a 5 star review on Amazon saying that I have a juvenile rabbit that loves his plush toy. He loves it so much he's had sex with it at least twenty five times. And that I would recommend this stuffed moose to anybody with a horny rabbit.

    For some reason Amazon refused to post my review.
     
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    :D:D:p
     
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    Bahaaaaaaaaa! This is fantastic!
     
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    We had 2 that would latch onto my son's arm when he'd try to put food in their hutch. I told him they really liked him, which he didn't think was funny. Neutering took care of it.
     
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    Our Charlie never humped anything but my husband was his love interest of choice. He would circle around him while humming and thumping. Quite funny!
     
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    This is brilliant!! Can’t understand why they wouldn’t post
     
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    I just remembered about my chiropractor telling me one day 'You often cross your legs, do you?'.
    Yes, I do every day when I'm sitting surfing the net because it's the only way to stop my bunny from making babies with my socks.:confused:

    I had no idea anyone could tell tho.
     
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    FYI

    Just asked “Alexa is Dortmund is a good Rabbit?” Alexa responded “No, Anakin Skywalker is not a Rabbit.”
     
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    Bahaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!
     
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    Two things. Dortmund is gonna be pissed with me when I get back later today. He is at the vet getting his balls chopped off.

    Secondly, I tamed the review I posted about Moodle the Moose, and low and behold, I am one of the featured reviewers.

    "My rabbit loves this Moose. I needed something to distract him until he gets fixed in two weeks. Moodle the Moose is soft and perfect for an incredibly horny juvenile holland lop. Far better than my arm which he had been fixated on."

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003AU5YPI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
     
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    One member in Washington had a large bunny that would abuse her cat the same way.
     
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    Females do it too! Quinn went unspayed for almost a year due to her weight, and by the time I was able to book her in, she was humping and biting my legs, chasing me around... Ah, what youthful days. She drove me crazy! Thanks for the laugh and the good memories, OP. May your bunny troubles pass quietly.
     
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    Oh man, what those hormones do. Yes indeed, had a big boy who saturated his stuffie pal prior to his neuter. Humans don't understand the hormones of rabbits, and will make weird remarks for sure. We recall getting sprayed in the face, on clothing, and on our skin many times before the hormonal male spray jets diminished prior to our buns getting neutered. When I was growing up my dad was upset because our basment constantly stunk of cat urine. We didn't know that male cats mark and spray!

    Thank Heavens humans have gotten smarter these days. Urine marking is typically the behavior of urinating on a horizontal surface from a squatting position. Both male and female cats can mark with urine. Urine marking is most common in intact (non-neutered) male cats. When an intact male sprays urine, it has a strong, pungent, characteristic odor.
     

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