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Forum BONDING Stage 1 catching the rabbit? RE: Stage 1 catching the rabbit?


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How long have you had them? Maybe they just need more time to bond with you and trust you to handle them more easily.

To be honest. With my skittish Chicho, who would never let me pick him up, I just had to be faster than him. I had him for 5.5 years, and wasn’t able to find any way about it. He never goes into carriers willingly. He is terrified for the 10 seconds I’d have to carry him for. But I have just accepted that’s what it’s going to be.

With Pepper, she has learned to trust me a lot more after 2 weeks of picking her up twice a day every day. Just for a few seconds.