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    Can I please ask for some help from you wonderful rabbit experts. Henry went for his RH2 jab on Friday. The nurse apparently 'hit a nerve' in Henrys back when she gave him the injection and he went absolutely boo-loo, leaping off the table, onto OH, scrambled up her body, lept off her shoulder, I caught him in mid flight and he scrambled up me and I had to really struggle to hold the poor bun.
    According to the vet, she said she must have hit a nerve although I've never ever had a rabbit do this at any vet vist.
    Since he came back, he was certainly not himself. He was extremely subdued, quiet and had cold ears. He wasn't his nethie zooming self but did eat. He had a funny sort of episode on Friday night when started to shuffle backwards and looked like he was having some sort of 'episode'
    He was like this all yesterday too, not bothering about anything and just sitting on his own.
    Today he is back to his normal self - so good news there. He's been up the garden sitting in the drizzle, zoomed upstairs and is very much back to how he was. Except for one small thing.
    Right now, as I'm typing this, he is all over Lillian, attempting to hump the living daylights out of her. I dunno if he was given the RH2 vaccine or a syringe full of viagra. He is licking her rump then 'assuming the position' and Lillian, being a lady and all that, is having none of it. But what puzzles me is that Henry was done. So he shouldn't have the urge. It's a bit like being married!
    So, my question to all you wonderful knowledgable people, is, even having had the plums removed, why is Henry still wanting an early xmas present?

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    Dillon used to hump Cuthy approx once a day just to let him know he loved him. They both had been done but it was just something Dillon liked to do.

    Hope Henry is soon back to his usual self

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    Thank you Cuthbert & Dillon.
    I was begining to worry that there was something odd. My bridge buns Ben & Georgina never had this issue. Ben was a gentle giant and he just licked every bun and everyone. So Henry behaving like this is most odd.

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    Our Dennis can have a hump sesh although very rarely. It's a big work up, with lots of parading around with his tail in the air, buzzing and chinning sryups back. Henry's in lurveee.

    As for the injection he was probably really stressed out and as long as he's eating and pooping I wouldn't be worried about him

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    If one bun is feeling off colour it can make them go a bit hump crazy, but it’s usually the one that is well humping the one that is off colour. Did they both go to the vets together?

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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