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Zeus will jump up on my futon, or on the top of his cage (like on the top of the roof/ceiling) just because he knows he's not supposed to. He'll jump up on either, sit there and stare at me like, "Hey, look, I'm up here! Hah, so THERE!", then wait for me to chase him off, then he jumps down and waggles his little tail at me as he hops away. .
He also will bite/dig the carpet to get my attention. He'll look right up at me, slowly lean down, and take a little bite. Then I'll say "Zeussss... donnn't..", and then he'll dig like crazy for like 3 seconds and then jump away with a half-binky.
Oh, these ornery bunnies! I have to put our curtains out of reach or Hodari will not stop bothering them. They are apparently so much fun to play with! She enjoys tugging on them and digging at them, especially because it makes me scold her and shoo her away. Minutes after I've shooed her, she goes back to said curtains, (ha, ha), and looks at me out of the corner of her eye while she pushes them aside gently with her nose and then stands up to her full height to run her paws down them. Often she just allows them to drape over her head. That much she is allowed to do, so I let her get away with all that, but it doesn't usually take long before those little paws start to dig or that little mouth opens to taste the fabric. Then we end up playing a wonderful game of Chase Me, Mommy! Lol. When the curtains are unavailable to her, she likes to knock the garbage can over, or finds other awesome things to do.