So, Karla went to the vet today to get spayed - and apparently got a sex change on the way. 'Cause she is a HE. It annoys me, as I bought her from the local shelter and would expect their vet to know the difference. She was 5 months at that time, so they should be able to tell. Well, love her/him to bits nevertheless
But anyway. What is the personality differences between males and females? I've always heard that females have bad mood swings, and well males are more loving - and they smell I am curious now that I have a male
Also, I was thinking: I was planning to give Karla (Karlo?) a boyfriend some time during the summer. In Denmark rabbits are rarely neutered and my local shelter even tell people on their website not to do it. So getting a spayed female is practically impossible and seeing that it costs around $300, I would of course prefer if it was already done. The chance of getting a neutered male is bigger, so what are the odds for a nice match-making between two males?
If Karla prefers having a new female friend - would it be all wrong not to have that bun spayed for the first few months?? I think I read somewhere that it frustrates an unspayed female to be with a neutered male, as she will be annoyed with him for not humping her.