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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Rolling Over
Last Post by Elena Niznik at 1/04/2007 10:39 PM (5 Replies)
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User is Offline bobey miah
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1/01/2007 1:03 AM
Our beautiful little girl has recntly developed a habit of going behind our christmas tree and rolling over. She will roll over just as a cat would and will lye on her back for hours. This is really cute but just wondered if this meant anything??

User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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1/01/2007 7:33 AM
she's just sleeping in her favorite spot
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User is Offline osprey
Los Altos, California
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1/01/2007 7:45 AM
This is known in our house as "The Dead Bunny Flop".  It indicates that your bunny is super comfortable and relaxed.

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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1/04/2007 9:23 AM

Rucy loves to hang out underneath the tree.  She goes there and just sleeps or flops.   It just means total relaxation.  So I bet your bunny just feels safe and happy in that spot,  and she rolls over in complete blissful peaceful relaxation. 

 


User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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1/04/2007 9:29 AM

Hahaha, we call it the "dead bunny" in our house too. 

My foster bunny Raimundo is a master flopper, he does not even just sit anymore, he is either running around or flopping over....last night he was trying to impress one of the girls and flopped over onto the ex-pen "wall" that is separating the kitchen from the living room....the force of his flop knocked the ex-pen over...which knocked the cage next to the ex-pen over...and amidst all the destruction was little Raimundo...still mid flop


User is Offline Elena Niznik
Glasgow (Scotland)
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1/04/2007 10:39 PM
When Boo was in heat before i got her spayed for a couple of days each month she would follow me about the house when ever i stopped walking she would lie at my feet flopped out and then do a funny kind of roll over. Like a horse would do in a sand bath.

It was so cute to watch but i was also terrified that i would stand on her. Since i got her spayed she no longer does this but she does enjoy a good flopp combined with weird pigeon noises that she makes.

HEE HEE im happy that your rabbits is happy weeeeeee
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