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1 21st January 15:09
alicja
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he/she is probably frusterated(sorry about my spelling. I'm under 14). Just
let him/her get adjusted. If you pick him/her up too much or you keep on
bugging him/her, then I think he/she will get frusterated. Just do a little
less stuff with him/her and he/she will get adjusted. I'm sure everyone is
excited, but give him/her a little time. That's it. PLus, as rabbits grow
older, they get grumpier. That's natural too many people, but some are
different and still play a lot. So the part with the "biggness of the
rabbit" is hard to conclude.
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2 23rd January 23:44
steverddrf
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Also advisable for bucks for "get off of my arm" reasons lol
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3 23rd January 23:45
cypherpunk
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Ugh, if you're "not allowed" to tell your age,
you wouldn't be allowed to say that either.

And if you know it was misspelled, look it up.

If you don't know how to work the computer's
spell-checker, there's this thing called a
dictionary...or pull up dictionary.com.

I'm not flaming you, it's just that you should do better.

Ya know, it even looks like you are misspelling your name. ;-)
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4 23rd January 23:46
scgram
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When does the "get off my arm" syndrome calm down after they're neutered?
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Dori ... BB and Cissy
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5 26th January 06:30
steverddrf
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Because they no longer have the bits that cause the hormone that makes them get
excited.
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6 28th January 05:17
scgram
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But how long does that take after the neuter? It's been almost a month now for BB (since his neuter)
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7 28th January 05:17
yodasmom25
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It can take a couple of months for all of the hormones to work out of his
system.

Stacey (remove the "onions" to reply)

Brett & Hannah (bunnies)
Ben ('tiel)
Samantha (guinea pig)

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