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    The girlfriend has checked on him and in typical fashion Bear is completely fine.

    As I said, he's weird... A bit like a 14 year old kid being woken up at 5am lol.

    Thanks as ever for help and advice.

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    I'm so pleased that your girlfriend was able to check on him and that he is now fine

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    I'm very pleased that he appears to be ok now. Very strange, though, and I wonder whether a check-up with the vet might be a good thing.
    Are both your rabbits neutered and fully vaccinated?

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    Yep... Over the past 18 months we've booked him in at the vets maybe 5 times but only had to take him once. Each of the other 4 times have been similar in that he just isn't happy when we wake him up and he needs 30 mins or so to cheer up.

    Very weird

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    Iím so pleased he is ok now. Could it be something thatís spooked him I wonder? My tumble drier canít be used because it makes Fern stop eating!

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    Really pleased to hear that he's ok now, they love to worry us ! Yes Zoobec has made a good point, maybe something had spooked him, could even be something outside that he's heard !
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    Honestly with him it could be anything lol. We've never been able to stroke him, he's incredibly timid... But cute nonetheless!

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    Sorry - when you said yes, did you mean they are both neutered and fully vaccinated.

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    Yes Babsie ☺

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    I'm pleased to read that Bear is ok. He sounds quite a complex bunny with some quirks. I would also endorce some of the previous advice in that rabbits do and will go downhill very quickly and it is impretitive that their needs over-ride our own because they cannot tell us what is wrong. Quick action with a vet can and does save much heartache at times - especially when it comes to eating so it's important to monitor this.
    Would love to see some photos of the bunnies.
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