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As far as citrus, I guess it depends on what kind - I have heard pure lemon oil and grapefruit scent are deterrents. I haven't used it. I don't think orange would be good because many bunnies actually like orange. My great vet, Dr.Harvey, originally told me about the perfume deterrent idea a few years ago, and so far that has worked so well, that I haven't needed to try anything else.
Keep me updated as to what other things work for ya all. I'll also ask the the vet this Sunday if she has any other ideas. She has bunnies of her own
That's right, she's at the "VCA Bay Area Hospital" in Oakland.