Thanks I really appreciate the advise.
I wish people would stop lecturing me about keeping my bunny. It's as though they assume I'm throwing her away and for the wrong reasons. I am not getting rid of her because she's just plain old inconvient. There's a lot of factors involved not just that she has normal behaviors. If I do opt to give her up it will be a serious matter and I will be ensuring she goes to a good home who is experienced with rabbits.
I love her unconditionally, but I also have an apartment that I have to pay damages on and no money.
Moonchild brought up the best point. My friends have had bunnies and theirs have been little calm lovers that kiss you or just sit around. Also, I've never read much about the more unfriendly/stand-off ish rabbits. I guess I should have been more indepth in my research, but I thought that the hardest part was going to be litter training and that turned out to be a peice of cake (minus the recent litter dumping). She was friendly at first and followed me around doing love dances but ever since spaying she's been more like an angry cat attacking me and running away now. Her personality did a 180 ( and I was told that she would be better behaved if I spayed her- I think I liked her before haha). I don't really mind the mood change. It's like having kids right? But besides that, I admit that I didn't understand the full needs of the bunny and if I had known that Sumi needed more than i could give her I probably would have opted for a different pet that might be better suited for the life-style.
Anyway, it'd be more than just bunny behavior that I rehome her. The apartment is one issue, but I also don't think it's fair if I keep her and can't give her what she needs. She obviously needs a house more suited for bunnies- like good flooring, etc. But also I've just started working full-time and going to school full-time and i don't think it's fair to keep her locked up or that i can't allow her enough attention/free-time to become more happy and comfortable. So, if I know that someone can give her all that SHE deserves, I would do that because i know she'd be happier.
BUT I have tried some of the advise! It's helped save the apartment a bit... I found cardboard and made her a 'hut'. She's been killing it
She is still dumping her litter everywhere... is that normal?
My roommate layed on the ground yesterday to try that approach with her and she attacked his face... Any suggestions?
Thanks a bunch... and I hope you guys don't hate me for trying to give my bunny the best suited home.