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Here lately my bun has taken to scratching at me like she is digging at it. I've seen her do this to things like the carpet, but recently it's been on me. Like just now she is laying against my chest and started just digging at my shoulder. I dont know why she keeps doing this. I keep telling her no and tapping the top of her head with my finger-tips because I dont want her to ruin my clothing.
Loopy-Lop has some good suggestions! I just want to add a couple of things.
Try doing a high-pitched squeal, and then take her off the first few times. This is bunny language for saying YEEEEOUCH!!! Don't do that! That's human language too, but this is something bunnies do usually understand, as this is how they relate to each other. Soon, if you squeal, she should stop right away, and then hopefully she won't do it at all.
Bunnies dig at us for several reasons - Here are the ones I can remember off the top of my head.