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Ellie from The Netherlands
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Bunnies can be quite temperamental: they can even hold grudges. So yes, it’s entirely possible that the rabbit is communicating dismay like this.

Our rabbit just gets mopey when we’ve done something that displeased him: turning his butt towards us all the time and refusing to be petted. Food works well in this case.

My brother in law bullied my boyfriends previous rabbit for a while: trying to scare her or kick her. She developed an enormous grudge, and attacked him fiercely on sight. She bit him and chased him out of the room all the time. It took months of reparations on his side to be able to be in the same room with her again. Way to go bunny ^_^