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I'd really appreciate anyone's advice on my unfriendly male mini lops.
I'll give you a little back ground on them: they're from the same litter so are biological brothers. I've had them for nearly 3 months now and then coming up to 5months old. They were playful and friendly to begin with but over the past couple of weeks have become quite withdrawn and seem to run away whenever I try to stroke or play with them. They're eating and drinking as normal and have lots of time out of their cage to run around. Am I doing something wrong or missing something really obvious. I just want my playful happy bunnies back.
They used to like to sit with us and be in the same room as us but now they would rather sit in their cage or in the corner of a room and don't seem to like being stroked at all...
We do have them booked in to be neutered in 2weeks time.