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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-23-2009, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Something to be worried about?

Hi everyone! So, Sunny, for a while, finally decided to come around and be alot more sociable than she had been ever since we got her, in late 2007. She'd walk around, come up to you, and even stand up for treats. But now, I keep finding her under my/my sister's bed, not scared or hiding, just kinda lounging around. But, this isn't all the time. She'll stay visible for a while, then as time goes on in the day, just hang out underneath something. She doesn't seem sick or injured, or scared. Is this something to be worried about? She's been eating, pooping, etc., regularly.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-23-2009, 05:31 PM
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Unless she is acting sick or hurt (which it doesnt sound like she is) then I wouldnt be worried. Smudge spends most of the day in a dead-bunny flop under my dressor, under my bed, in his cage... And occasionally right in the middle of the floor. But in the evening, he does his Bunny 500s, and binkys like mad. Smudge will emerge from his "Rabbit Cave" during the day to say hi to me, or if I get him a treat but, thats about it LOL.
A rabbits instict is to relax and not to be seen too much during the day, because that the most dangerous time for them to be out in the wild because of the predators. They like to run around more in the morning and the evening, because according to their insticts, that is the "safest" time!
Sunnt sounds perfectly normal to me

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