*Note* I'm using female pronouns arbitrarily So, my dwarf hotot has been to her new vet (At the Raritan AnimalHospital in NJ, it came well recommended) and even her doctor thoughtshe was the most adorable thing ever. She's just around two months now(I'm so glad I rescued her from that pet store, I'm certain she was tooyoung to be weaned ) and weighs a healthy 450 grams.Unfortunately, the vet saw it nearly impossible to guess the gender andher educated guess was that it was a boy. My father, who raised rabbitswell into his teens, was pretty sure it was a girl. So now, she hasanother 5-6 months before she goes in for spay/neuter and the vet saidshe could determine the gender then:dunno: Having called it bunny, cutie pie, sweetie, and baby for the past threeweeks, I think I will need to settle for a name that will be able to goeither way :bunnyheart She's extremely affectionate and definately loves me as hermother:hearts Her favorite toys are her wood chews, her penguin, and me She's always happy to the point of even binkying in her cage (although that could be due to recent renovations...) Either way, Ithought I could use some help after ending a saga of naming my petsafter famous philosophers of the twentieth century :biggrin: Lounging around with her penguin... Hiding in my pillow.... She likes to flop down on my desk and keep watch of what I'm doingafter she tires of binkying and doing rounds around the room:jumpingbunny: And while I'm here, am I wrong in thinking she's too young to be littertrained? Or would this be the ideal time to start? I don't mind at allcleaning after her and cleaning the cage more often, but I was justwondering. She just enjoys digging and laying around on her carefreshbedding so much, I would feel bad taking it away. And advice is welcome Thanks!