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I'm new to the site, but have been reading it a lot for ages... it's given me a lot of information thank you very much!!!
We've had OJ for about 4 months now and have sent him to the vets to get neutered today. But, funny thing, until today we thought he was a she!!
That's what we were told and we never thought to check!!
Poor thing will have some gender re-alignment issues after four months of being called a "little madam".
Welcome Lippy! There's another bunny here by the name of OJ. I'm assuming it stands for Orange Juice? OR??? does your bunny drive a white bronco?
I just ditto what everyone else is saying. It is so common for this to happen. Maybe he'll have to go into some Bunny Therapy.
It does take an experienced eye to be able to determine whether a baby is male or female. It can even be difficult when they are adults, but is especially challenging when they are babies.