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Our Pippa is about a year and a half now. We got her at a local pet store (though I really prefer adoption, I just had to have her. She's my baby). My third bunny, my boyfriends first and he was so excited. I love this bun very dearly, but she's a bit aggressive and territorial. Not too fond of new people and doesn't really like her 'daddy' cause he always picks her up, poor bun. Here's my little floppy bun
She is most definatley spayed. She was a complete terror before, so we had that done as soon as we could and it helped overall but shes definatley much more moody than other buns i've had. All personalitites are different. The vet I first called asking about it actually recommended NOT getting her fixed since she would be an only bun and said the surgery could be difficult. I ran...
I keep telling him that she gets petrified. I feel so bad for her, because literally every time he even comes into the room she runs into a corner and freezes I'm still trying to work with him and we've had her about a year now. He always jokes about why she loves me more, and I say, well, that's why. I don't pick her up unless I really have to lol