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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Medusa is being difficult
Last Post by poopy at 2/27/2007 3:29 PM (25 Replies)
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User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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2/25/2007 5:57 PM
Oh my. I hope I don't have to put that in. Hehe looking back on this thread I realize I had no idea what I was getting into in terms of bunny behavior. I've accepted that Medusa wants to hide and just wants nothing to do with me. I let her, now that I have Pookers I no longer get depressed because he actually comes when I call him and he actually seems to love me!


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User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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2/25/2007 6:16 PM
Thanks Osprey - it's now in the Home Prep section!  



User is Offline osprey
Los Altos, California
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2/25/2007 6:22 PM
Not to worry, Poopy.  They are hidden by the skirt of the sofa.  I pulled up the skirt so that you can see the lumber.



User is Offline Bear
United Kingdom
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2/27/2007 3:56 AM
Ive been really lucky with Teddy and the bunny proofing... I went to great lengths to make sure every wire and every easy to hide cubby holes etc etc inc the underneath of the bed were bunny proofed... and after all that... he doesnt even go near any of it anyway... fact is... he's too frightened of my laminate flooring so he wont step off the rug.. he wont even step foot on Linoneum or however u spell it lol... so i had to put carpet tiles down for him in the kitchen.... and... yes and.... he's not even interested in coming into my bedroom even tho he's allowed... it may have something to do with the rug i have in there tho.... its a brown sheepskin.... think he thinks its a huge animal lying in wait for him.. even tho its never moved. Teddy is a bit of a chicken really... he wont do anything til ive placed him there first.. ie.... he didnt go on the sofa til i lifted him onto it and the bean bag.. now theyr his favourite toys!



User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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2/27/2007 1:13 PM

Ah, Teddy sounds like my Jack.  Jack had a very difficult time getting used to our new place, and he won't venture onto the hardwood floors, and it took him forever to walk on one rug.   There wasn't anything unique about it, but maybe it had a funny smell to him.

He finally conquered his fears only after I picked him up and placed him in the new place.  I waited  a LONG time before I did that, but it was getting ridiculous.  You can see this drama in the last few blog entries.




User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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2/27/2007 3:29 PM

"You can't get me while I'm under the couch! Muahahaha!"


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