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I have Velvet a 2 1/2 yo Jersey Wooly
Velvet is a problem child. We picked her up at about 1 years old. She was in a small 3' X 3' metal cage and was in 4H shows as a show rabbit. Since then I have let her loose in our house, she stays in our living room because the only other choice is our kitchen, laminate floor( can't get traction), which she WILL not enter and our stairs, which,she has been testing the first step lately.
Anyway, I've tried EVERYTHING to get thi bunny trust me and become warm and cudly, but, to no avail. She loves the cat, but, WILL not interact with humans.
Could the life of a show bunny be THAT bad, cause I can barely get her to even let me pick her up.
Velvet is the same way. I was giving her 2 slices of an apple when she got put in her little kennel 27" X 37" at night. She ate those for about 6 months but after a few easter eggs, (large soft poops), I stopped the apples. MAJOR ATTITUDE!
I love the car story, that's cool.