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Forum BEHAVIOR Rabbit peed on me

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    • DaisyMaisy
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        I was wondering what does it mean if a rabbit pees on you? My baby bunny has peed on me 3 times since I’ve had her. The first two times was when i was giving her treats on my lap then she decides to pee and hop off. The third was just now when she got a bit of a messy bum so I was holding her in my arms to clean her up but when I let her go she came back onto my lap and peed and hopped off? I thought it might be to show she hates me and not to do it again but she still let me pet her straight after and didn’t run off or thump at me like she usually does when I hold her. She’s very good at using her litter tray and very rarely poops outside of it but never pee.


      • Dally
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          Believe it or not, That’s actually a sign they love you! Buns are very territorial, and they are trying to mark you with their scent to tell any other rabbits in the area to stay away.

           

           


          • DaisyMaisy
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              Oh🥺 I had the same thought but i wasn’t sure she’d still love me after i held her!!


          • GlennTheLionhead
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              I agree! How old is your bun though? Baby buns don’t tend to be so territorial due to lack of hormones so peeing on you could just be a sign that she needs litter training. However, about 5 ish months onwards I agree with Dally, likely territorial behaviour, shes marking you! – assuming no other symptoms. 😊


              • DaisyMaisy
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                  She’s 13 weeks. But she has never peed outside of her litter except on me. However when I do think about it she does poo out of her litter but only overnight for some reason but I’ve always assumed it to be territorial pooping, maybe she does need a bit more litter training?


              • DanaNM
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                  At 13 weeks puberty is likely kicking in. Don’t be alarmed if litter box habits go out the window for a while until you spay her.

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