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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Flopping Bunny - Just happy or should I be worried?
Last Post by vanessa at 12/20/2015 7:11 AM (8 Replies)
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User is Offline BatBunny
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12/15/2015 3:54 PM
Ever since we put up our (fake) Christmas tree, my bunny Stella has been flipping a lot more. She sits under the tree on our fleece tree skirt and is the most relaxed I have ever seen her. She'll stretch out as a SuperBun (which she hardly ever does) or mega flop to the side with her chin on the floor.

Should I be worried about this sudden behavior or do you think she is just ultra happy?

User is Offline Q8bunny
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12/15/2015 7:08 PM
It sounds to me like somebun is getting into the spirit of Christmas.
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User is Offline LBJ10
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12/15/2015 8:09 PM
She probably likes it under there. A small tree or shrub would serve as shelter in the wild. She might just feel safe and comfortable there out of instinct.

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12/15/2015 9:14 PM
Yes, I too thinks she feels super comfortable under the tree. As long as there are no cords and decorations near her that she can eat, it really is rather a perfect spot for a bunny. It probably speaks to her rabbit instincts, as LBJ says.

She must look extremely cute there too =)

User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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12/17/2015 11:10 AM
Another Christmas Tree bun! My Olivia LOVES our Christmas. She spends most of her out-time loafed under neath it. Either that or shes busy chinning all the branches.
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User is Offline StachesMommy
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12/18/2015 8:27 AM
Awwww! Must look adorable! It seems as if she just likes being under the tree. Super relaxed. My bunny flops so hard sometimes under the tree I hear a huge thump. She likes Christmas too She also ripped one of the presents open! Lol Had to guard off the presents from her until Christmas. She can go tear happy then.

User is Offline hiskatey93
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12/18/2015 6:08 PM
Mine have been doing it too. They seem to love the tree, enough that I am contemplating keeping it up year round.
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User is Offline Ohbunny
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12/20/2015 3:43 AM
It must be the security they feel under the tree, along with the comfort from the tree skirt, because our buns love it under the tree, too.

User is Offline vanessa
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12/20/2015 7:11 AM
Ultra happy. Need to see a pic :-)
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