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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > Has your bunny ever "dreamed" Aka- twitched in his/her sleep?
Last Post by lashkay at 8/04/2010 9:26 PM (8 Replies)
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User is Offline Moonlight_Wolf
United States of America, Pittsford, New York
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8/03/2010 5:56 AM

Has any of your bunnies ever dreamed, like twitched in their sleep. Fern does this and I think it is so funny and cute. She is often flopped on her side (and looks dead) and her legs move and her nose twitches. Do any of your bunnies do something like this? I think it is really cute!

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User is Offline Chazz
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8/03/2010 6:08 AM
I will often let Larry cuddle with me on my bed as I read a book before I go to bed. He will usually start to fall asleep and will then start twitching. It is really cute.

User is Offline LoveChaCha
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8/03/2010 6:25 AM
Wow, you guys are so lucky to see your bunny flop onto its back and stay that way and sleep

I wonder what bunnies dream.. ? Since mine hates carrots, she must dream of lettuce.. or counts lettuce..

I have a flopping bunny. She flops as soon as I let her out. She is a total flopper! Sometimes I'll see her flop onto her side and her nose stops twitching.. I can tell she is taking a nap.. with her eyes opened o_O;; How do they do that??
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User is Offline Moonlight_Wolf
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8/03/2010 8:07 AM
Aww that is really cute, I wish my bunny would cuddle with me in bed!

Haha that's so funny, I love when they are just standing there and just randomly throw themselves onto their sides!
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User is Offline skibunny8503
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8/03/2010 8:32 AM
Mine only do it when they're in a really deep sleep. I usually only see Archie twitching and rocking his head about. Gracie moves her mouth a little but she mostly starts snoring (or more like a whimper).

User is Offline RabbitPam
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8/04/2010 12:59 PM
Absolutely. Spockie used to dream he was eating a 4 course meal. The jaw worked, the eyes rolled, the belly twitched. It must have been delicious.
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User is Offline bunnytowne
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8/04/2010 3:54 PM

sometimes.   it is funny

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User is Offline Elrohwen
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8/04/2010 4:30 PM

Yep! Otto especially - his eyebrows and nose twitch all over, and his mouth moves like he's chewing or talking in his sleep. He usually only twitches while in a loaf for some reason, so no leg movement. Before I got my new job, I would seee him do this every day. Now I only see it on the weekends usually and maybe once a week.

Hannah didn't sleep deeply during the day until very recently, I think because she was still getting used to us. Not I notice her eyebrows twitching a bit as she sleeps.

So cute!

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User is Offline lashkay
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8/04/2010 9:26 PM
Mine, all the time. All my bunnies rock'n'roll while they sleep! lol ...Maybe dreaming of running through a carrot patch!
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