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    Young Bun
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    Default My rabbits have gone bonkers!

    Hi, my rabbits are almost a year old and they have suddenly started acting really mad. They have started trying to mount each other (they are male and female, the male has been neutered). They are digging in everything, litter tray, food bowls, skirting boards)! The male in particular is being a bit bolshy, trying to take the dustpan away when iím Trying to sweep their enclosure out, head butting etc.
    They are both happily racing round the house and are always leaping about and kind of twisting in the air (not sure thatís normal). Basically theyíre driving me mad, bring back my quiet and polite rabbits!!!
    Do rabbits generally turn crazy at this age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbitnovice View Post
    Hi, my rabbits are almost a year old and they have suddenly started acting really mad. They have started trying to mount each other (they are male and female, the male has been neutered). They are digging in everything, litter tray, food bowls, skirting boards)! The male in particular is being a bit bolshy, trying to take the dustpan away when i’m Trying to sweep their enclosure out, head butting etc.
    They are both happily racing round the house and are always leaping about and kind of twisting in the air (not sure that’s normal). Basically they’re driving me mad, bring back my quiet and polite rabbits!!!
    Do rabbits generally turn crazy at this age?
    Totally normal & a sign they are happy, that's what you call a binky. Maybe they have spring fever early. Either way it sounds like they are having fun & enjoying life

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    You just have normal joyful rabbits,enjoying life.

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    It's due to the time of year and the fact that your female is not spayed, so she is getting hormonal.

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