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LEADERS: Bam BinkyBunny JerseyGirl KokaneeandKahlua LBJ10 LittlePuffyTail LongEaredLions RabbitPam
They seem a bit better today. Still hiding out in their fancy cardboard boxes (lol) but they managed to clear their plate of greens (lately they have been leaving a lot left over) and poop all over the room!
I am, however, having a bit of a problem with my little Holland (Scout). She is super sassy and has been chasing my other girl (Lilbit, who is very passive) around. This is after a lot of neutral time and no incidences. Sigh. I had to separate her into an x-pen'ed area in the gameroom, which is killing me as I hate cages. I guess we need to take more car rides. I hate how difficult bunnies can be with each other.