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Forum BEHAVIOR Male rabbit has never sprayed RE: Male rabbit has never sprayed


Yilina
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Hi Sarah and Mikey,

I have never put him in his back, he gets super scared even when I try to hold him. Anyway, when I am patting him, I lift his tail and I can clearly see something that looks like rabbit testicles (the ones I see in the link I provided with my first message). They are like 2 straps of pink, “fluffy” skin with little fur on them (sorry if I sound funny, English is not my mother tongue).

It is a big relief if he turns out to be a non-spraying rabbit. I am pretty sure I will not be able to have him neutered (I live in a remote island with 0 rabbit vets and I couldn’t bear him dying during surgery). He doesn’t have any of the “typical” territorial/hormonal behaviours either, he practically doesn’t chew on anything, is 95% potty trained, doesn’t mount and is never, ever, aggressive or grunts.

 

Thank you guys!