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Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 1/16/2017 2:36 PM

These updates are all very good Mz Sarah, but we want PHOTOOOOOS of the said cuteness !!! lol

Humping can be seen as a positive too… ie moving in the right direction…. or atleast moving….
Aggressive humping or the humpee being terrorised is not particularly positive but I think it all sounds good….

Re getting in the carrier, do you put him in backwards ? (cats too)
When they see what’s coming they freeze and resist… and panic
But put them in backwards and they don’t realise it until too late…… sneeeaky.
I do that when I put them anywhere closed in.

Photos posted as requested 

Re humping – aside from humping her this morning and doing a weird mounting but not thrusting, there’s been nothing else haha! I’m glad they’ve groomed each other though. Buttercup is especially stubborn so the fact she gave him a good groom earlier was lovely. I can’t remember if I posted but Peanut has since groomed her too. 

To get him in the carrier, we just put food in and wait lol! It’s the only way to not traumatise him. Once the bunnies are free roam again we’re going to leave the carrier out so he can get used to it and not be scared of it I want to try and train them too – I plan to put treats in and when they go in it, ring the bell. The idea is that eventually they’ll associate the bell ringing with treats in the carrier which would be really handy if ah emergency arises. 

As I’m writing this, Peanut has groomed her a couple more times and actually humped her.