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Hecuba sure looks happy! They're soooo cute!
I watched your other video of Medusa playing and sticking her head in the cardboard tube. It reminded me of one of the funniest moments with Sable early on. When we got him he was so tiny he could run through the cardboard tube from my crochet thread. He'd do it at full tilt. Then one day after he hadn't tried it for a while, he took a run at it only to end up wearing it as a belt! That's when we noticed how fast he was growing.
I can totally relate our first bunny is a dream companion and has become even more interactive since we got Flo.
Flo on the other hand is really stand offish, runs miles when u try and pat her and is sooooo messy. Tips over her water and food bowl continuously. She chews every thing and slips and slides over our timber floor like its an ice skating rink.
I long for the day when she hops up on the couch to be cuddled but am not sure with this bun whether this day will happen. Flo is only 12 weeks and we have only had her for 4 weeks so theres still hope she'll get snuggly.
A funny Bunny though, she is so fast and binkys so high she's a scream....
WELCOME FLO! Sometimes a second bunny helps socialize the other. Even if it's the second bunny that actually needs socializing. For example, there was a white bunny named Newman, who wouldn't let you touch him. He'd run away grunt, huff, bluff a bite, and just wasn't havin' any of it. Then he was matched up with a sweet female who loves attention. When he would see her accepting affection, that really seemed to help him accept it too.
Baby bunnies can really be a handful! Flo is also beginning her terrible teens right now. She's probably having a very difficult time sitting still. This is the time when she may really get an overdrive of hormones, and females can actually be a bit more territorial, so watch out! Sometimes they can even get aggressive during this time.
Very cute video!!! Love it. If you want me to add it to the video section of our gallery, let me know. It'll still link back to your YouTube page. It's a great way to show the people that bunnies don't just sit around - that they have great personalities and a need to play and be happy!