Why does my bunny do this?

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BunnyMunmy29

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My bunny Bailey is four and half years old. I got him at about eight weeks old and he's definitely a Mummy's Boy - we got such a strong bond and last year we moved into place of our own and he definitely got bit more clingy with me. Lately his favourite new thing is if I'm on floor next him he nudges my hand and rests his head under it. If I move my hand slightly he gets up and repeats the process - he doesn't like if I move my hand, any ideas why he does this?

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Preitler

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I would say it's a friendly way to assert "dominance", to make clear that you know that you are his human :D. It's a demand to be groomed, try doing small licking motions with one finger on his head, albeit I don't know if it's what expects. I see this behaviour among my pairs.

Definitly a sweet gesture.
 

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