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sarahthegemini
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Peanut has just spent a good 10 minutes humping her – half the time she froze and put up with it (I reassured her afterwards) and the other half of the time she ran away. They were in their hidey box at the time so there was circling going on but it wasn’t aggressive as such it was her trying to get away from being humped and not running out of the box lol. I tried to get her to groom him directly afterwards by using apple juice and she started licking him but then he moved out the way and humped her again. I noticed he groomed her a lot after humping which doesn’t add up if he was trying for dominance?

Buttercup groomed him thoroughly though just now and he has stopped the humping for now. They’ve flopped together now.