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I have a total of three rabbits, but one (Daisy) seems to be very scared of people. My friend had a rabbit that was pregnant when she got her and had to move, so I took the mom in and the baby. I already spayed them both after. Daisy is almost 2 years old now and still very nervous around people. I never try to grab her or anything. The other two rabbits are fine with me.
When Daisy is out of her cage, she isn't afraid to climb on me or eat food from my hand. However, when she's in her cage she runs away when anyone is near. When i do need to get her out for exercise, nail clippings, or hair brushing, it's a very difficult task to get her out.
For the longest time I had to leave the cage door open and wait for her to come out. The other two just walks out , but she sits in her cage for an hour or sometimes two to walk out. Giving her treats doesn't really encourage her either. Is there anyway I can get her out more easily? or help with her nervousness around me and my family?