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To say he is content would be an understatement! We let him out for a few hours and he has followed me around, trying to circle as we moved. When I sat down he would lounge underfoot. He kept jumping up into my lap to be petted.
Hes quite adorable and so loving.
Ohhhh, he sounds adorable. Be careful though, he might get tooooo friendly with your arm or leg if ya know what I mean.
There is this adorable bunny extremely friendly bunny named Dudley at savebunny.com. How you describe your new bunny reminds me of Dudley. At first I thought it was because Dudley wasn't neutered, and he also sprayed, but then, just a couple of weeks after surgery, he was no longer spraying, and now it's been well over a month after surgery and he is just soo friendly every time I go there. He is desperate to have love and affection, and every time I reach into give hay and clean, he ignores his fresh food for instant love and kisses. When I walk by the cage, he follows me within his cage and presses his nose up close.
I'm so glad you were able to adopt your new bunny, and it sounds like your girls aren't showing any aggression. If they show even disinterest, ignoring and such, that's a good sign too!.
Pookie & Carrera both go over to his cage and sniff him and leave him some poo's.
With a new bun I would normally leave them in the cage so they can get comfortable. But not this guy! He HAD to be let out last nite so he was with me for 2hrs downstairs. Never pee'd but left me 2 poo's on the carpet. He would get up on the couch and I would tell him no and put him back down. He seemed fine with it. He continued to follow me around, lounge behind my feet or sit in my lap.
My in-laws love our buns and I knew she would love our new boy. So we took him over last nite. He was such a hit! He let her hold him and he would run by her and then stop for a pet. He even didnt run and hide when we had chicken for dinner! He actually stayed right at my feet the whole time until I got up and went on the slippery floor for water. He then went and laid down under my husbands chair. lol
Last nite he was laying in my arms up over my shoulder like a baby. He loved it-had his little eyes closed. It's almost scarey how loveable he is!
OH and Binky- he has already tried to be "freindly" with me several times. I gave him a stuff dog for that which he has used. lol But the girls drive him crazy. If they are out or in he just does laps in his cage. Poor thing. lol
I just got back from the vet with my little new boy Cooper. He is only about 6 months old. He is very healthy. The vet said i have a great rabbit. He was very impressed with his disposition.
He will be a perfect advocate bunny. I have friends who are school teachers and I have always wanted to go in and educate kids on bunnies. And now I have the perfect rabbit!
I think Cooper will be the perfect "bunny ambassador!" lol
Well, i wasnt letting him run around in their bedroom because I didnt want him harrassing the girls. Yesterday was the first time he was allowed to stay up there and play. I stayed around for about an hour because I was afraid he may spray one but he didnt. But him and Pookie are already friends! He goes over and lounges (superman style) beside her on the outside of her cage where she sits/lays in her cage!
Carrera messes with him. Makes him chase after her from outside his cage and then jumps on a ledge in her house and ignores him. lol Poor little guy.