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    • Bucko
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      My name is Abby, and I’ve had my bunny since the beginning of July 2018. The whole time I’ve had him he has never jumped. I have a friend who has a rabbit as well, and her bunnies jump up onto the furniture, beds, couch, etc. It might also have something to do with his size. Bucko (my bunny) is also quite large, weighing in at 8 or 9 lbs, which may have something to do with not being able to leave the ground? He just kind of runs… It’s also kind of a blessing because I can let him run around and block off an area with boxes, since he can’t jump, so he can run in an area where I can watch him. Any ideas on why he can’t leave the ground? 


    • tobyluv
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      Some rabbits just prefer to be on the ground/floor. I have had rabbits who never jumped on the furniture, while other of my rabbits would jump on the sofa or a chair at times. One past rabbit used to jump in bed with us. Some people would be glad that their rabbit never jumped on furniture. There are posts here where people say their rabbit pees on the sofa or on the bed. If your rabbit hops and runs with no problem, it looks like he is just one of those rabbits who like to be on the ground.

      Welcome to Binky Bunny!

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