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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#76  Unread postby JudyM » Tue Mar 01, 2016 11:46 am


This was a very entertaining way to be forewarned of what is to come! It was VERY educational! :shock:

Thank you all for sharing! :group-hug2:

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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#77  Unread postby Seasprite » Tue Aug 23, 2016 2:55 pm


Variation of cold bunny butt/bunny snit: The Bun House: You've ticked off your bunny so badly that not only do you get their backside for hours or days, but they won't even take a TREAT from you. "I'll show you where you can stick that piece of pineapple" ... yep. You're in the Bun House. (aka the doghouse, bunny style)

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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#78  Unread postby MaggieJ » Tue Aug 23, 2016 3:54 pm


Seasprite wrote:Variation of cold bunny butt/bunny snit: The Bun House: You've ticked off your bunny so badly that not only do you get their backside for hours or days, but they won't even take a TREAT from you. "I'll show you where you can stick that piece of pineapple" ... yep. You're in the Bun House. (aka the doghouse, bunny style)


I once had a rabbit that held a grudge for TWO YEARS. He was the pick of the litter and just too nice to send to camp. So I gave him to my sister's SO, Claude, with the understanding that if it didn't work out, the bun could come back here as a breeder.

Due to numerous factors, it was more practical for Tao (the rabbit) to come back to us a few months later. My Sis and Claude visit from time to time, but for two whole years, Tao gave Claude cold butt when he went down to the rabbitry to see him. He did finally seem to forgive Claude and I was glad of that since a few months later Tao developed health problems and had to be euthanized.

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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#79  Unread postby Seasprite » Tue Aug 23, 2016 4:11 pm


Hooooollyyy crud. :x

Makes me glad that my bunnies let me 'out' of said bun-house with some good behavior. And especially if I leave treats. Then again, my buns are stuck with me. LOL we all stay in the same room, so for the sake of us all, we try to get along.

Or at least that's my theory. Remy's held a grudge for a couple of days though. Very, very much a fearsome thing.

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Post Number:#80  Unread postby ButtonsPalace » Tue Aug 23, 2016 7:05 pm


On the note of holding grudges... I have a doe that I believe will hate me till she dies. I got her with severe ear mites that took two months of shoving stuff in her ears... I'm surprised I never got bit. She's stopped turning her bum to me and is at least facing me but that I think may be all the love I ever get from her haha! We also have our moody no longer disabled bunny who goes from being lovey to nibbly in seconds lol
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#81  Unread postby SableSteel » Thu Sep 29, 2016 2:41 am


With the Dead Buck Game, I have one buck who is so chill with people, that when he is laying on his side looking dead, you can do anything to him and he won't get up. I like to open his mouth and poke his teeth, or scratch his chin, or stretch out his back legs and thoroughly examine each toe and the rabbit doesn't even lift his head. I can pick him up when he is laying on his side, and set him down again on his side (doesn't even have to be in the same position - sometimes I just balance the playing-dead rabbit on my legs as I clean his cage) and he just keeps the same position. I can also roll him over onto his back, and then onto his other side, and he doesn't care. I've put leashes and hats and stuff on him too while he was on his side. The only way to get him to stand up is to take a step back and call his name and he'll jump up and run over to me. He'll lay down on his side like this at shows too - ever seen a buck play dead on the judging table - not in the judging cages, but the table itself? I've had plenty of people think that he was dead. Yes, my buck has mastered the Dead Buck Game.
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#82  Unread postby SarniaTricia » Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:53 am


I have been subject to the Pee and Spin game that little boyos play as they start to feel their oats!

3 times this week ... I have been peed on ..... GRRRrrrr :evil:
I need to move these two boyos to bottom cages!!!

__________ Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:53 am __________

I thought this little story would fit in this..... The Game: Chase

So I have a grow-out buck with a death wish!!
He is the one that has peed on me ALOT!

He got moved to a travel cage, because he started fighting with his cage mate.
He was on an upper level, but since I moved the bunnies to the barn, he now has a lower level pen....

He's still in a modified travel cage and is still spin peeing on me.
This morning, (he managed to escape his cage sometime in the night) he comes tearing out of the stall and almost runs right into the farm dog! Well didn't they have a great game of chase... me thinking the whole time that that damn rabbit was going to get caught and get his neck broke... but nope... dog chased him into a corner were she couldn't reach in and I could... never felt a rabbit so happy to have me scruff him and put him into his cage.... (I'm still not sure how he sprung the latch)

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Post Number:#83  Unread postby Homer » Tue Oct 11, 2016 10:09 am


SarniaTricia wrote:This morning, (he managed to escape his cage sometime in the night) he comes tearing out of the stall and almost runs right into the farm dog! Well didn't they have a great game of chase... me thinking the whole time that that damn rabbit was going to get caught and get his neck broke... but nope... dog chased him into a corner were she couldn't reach in and I could... never felt a rabbit so happy to have me scruff him and put him into his cage.... (I'm still not sure how he sprung the latch)

"Death wish bunny"... damn meat rabbit now has a name

We sure could have used a video of that! :lol:
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#84  Unread postby SarniaTricia » Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:48 pm


Homer wrote:
SarniaTricia wrote:This morning, (he managed to escape his cage sometime in the night) he comes tearing out of the stall and almost runs right into the farm dog! Well didn't they have a great game of chase... me thinking the whole time that that damn rabbit was going to get caught and get his neck broke... but nope... dog chased him into a corner were she couldn't reach in and I could... never felt a rabbit so happy to have me scruff him and put him into his cage.... (I'm still not sure how he sprung the latch)

"Death wish bunny"... damn meat rabbit now has a name

We sure could have used a video of that! :lol:


If I wasn't so concerned with stopping the dog from eating the rabbit .... I would have made you a video....
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However, I'm guessing it would show a lot of floor and ceiling... Me yelling 'Mia, NO... leave the bunny... NO, MIA... leave it!" over and over... with occasional glimpses of a scared rabbit zipping from one stall to the other and a shepherd breed dog squeezing under the stall door to get at him.
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#85  Unread postby Homer » Tue Oct 11, 2016 3:41 pm


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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#86  Unread postby SarniaTricia » Wed Oct 12, 2016 9:55 am


Homer wrote:
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Yeh.... I thought it was funny AFTER the bunny was safely back behind bars

Needless to say ... I peeked in to see that the bunny had not escaped before opening the stall door this morning......
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#87  Unread postby Homer » Wed Oct 12, 2016 10:49 am


SarniaTricia wrote:Needless to say ... I peeked in to see that the bunny had not escaped before opening the stall door this morning......

No doubt you did.
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Re: Games Bunnies Play

Post Number:#88  Unread postby ITSADOE » Wed Apr 26, 2017 11:00 am


My bunnies prefer call of duty and battlefield I tried to get them to play skyrim but theyre just not the RPG type they enjoy first person shooters

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