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Sitich started doing this one day, and at that point I still thought he was a she because that's what my friend who gave him to me told me. I found out differently that day. lol. My arm was crazy scratched up, and he liked to hop up behind me on the couch and munch on my hair when I wasn't looking. He did this for a couple weeks, and I gave a stuffed frog that I gave him to let it out. It honestly did seem to calm down a lot after a few weeks. I did have him neutered and since then the only time I've seen him hump anything is when I was starting to the bonding process with Mumbles, and now I never see it.(I didn't have Mumbles when he first started the humping behavior)