Hey all! I've been struggling for a while with my bunny and thought it might be about time to get opinions from fellow rabbit owners. My bunny Mochi is a 3 year old Lionhead doe. I've owned her since she was just a couple months old. She has a pen with her food and water, hay rack, litter box, and some things for her to climb on/through. For the longest time we've been like best friends. She happily took treats, was always looking for attention, and would lay down when I pet her. Over the last few months it seems like we've drifted apart. I'm sure it's mostly my fault; not spending as much time with her as I've been preparing for community college. Now a days, she runs away from me and will sometimes thump when I approach her, even if I have food. She doesn't run around or binky much anymore. She recently had a checkup and is perfectly healthy. Part of me feels like she runs away because she thinks I'm going to pick her up. Since she's a Lionhead, she does need pretty frequent grooming sessions. I also give her a hairball medication (which she hates unfortunately). Admittedly, I probably do pick her up to sit on my lap than I should. I'm aware that rabbits are not cuddly creatures by nature, but sometimes it seems like she enjoys it? I've tried sitting on the floor and hanging out, whether it be looking at my phone, reading, or drawing. Sometimes she comes up and investigates what I'm doing, which is progress I suppose. Does anyone have any other suggestions for how I can regain her trust? I miss the fun loving doe that I know she can be!