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We just adopted our new bun, Paisley from a rescue organization. She really is a sweet girl but she can be a bit aggressive. She has bitten me once and lunged quite a few times already when I've done something that made her upset. Ex: petting her sides, she has no problem with head pets but the second you touch her sides she freaks out. We believe this behavior is due to the stress and discomfort of a new home. Any ideas on how I could get her to trust me and feel more comfortable/ at home? Any tips are appreciated!