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Forum BONDING “Digging” at other bunny RE: “Digging” at other bunny


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Not sure if this means anything. But Chicho (beta bun) used to dig at Lilo (top bun) every once in a while. If he spent 30 min grooming Lilo then Lilo wouldn’t groom back, he’d dig at Lilo, who’d then get off his fat arse and groom Chicho back. I think they do this to wake the other one up or to make them move. In a way it’s less aggressive than a nip because they don’t get scratched up by just some digging/boxing. They also dig at each other if the other is in their favorite spot.