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Forum BEHAVIOR Sleeping together?

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    • poopy
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      My buns tend to sleep & groom each other at night more than during they day. During the day they sleep apart alot. Does anyone elses do this?


    • Gravehearted
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      my bonded pair are pretty smoochy all the time, and i don’t seem to notice them being more snuggly at night vs day. bunnies in generally more active at night, so that might be why.


    • dmh426
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      um, I haven’t bonded Sophie yet but at night she jumps up on my bed (I make a staircase for her out of pillows) and she will snuggle up with me and sleep, and then sometime during the night leave me and go back to her house. I think she needs a boyfriend! (Or maybe “mommy” does….LOL)


    • poopy
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      Oh that is sweet! I wish mine did that! Medusa will jump on my bed after I turn the lights out to kind of say goodnight but she won’t stay.


    • dmh426
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      I think Sophie likes to cuddle up since she thinks i am her mom. She was seperated from her litterl very young. She waits till i fall asleep and then runs the bunny 500 in the dining room and living room.


    • BinkyBunny
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      Actually, Rucy does like to have her "me" time during the day.  There are three hidey boxes in their pen, and during the day,  I find her up in the top box where Jack won’t get to her.     She loves Jack, but sometimes Jack still wants some extra special lovin’ (even though he’s neutered), and she just wants peace.  So during the day, she goes into her own little place.  But the rest of the time she loves to snuggle with him.

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Forum BEHAVIOR Sleeping together?