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    • Beegirl
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      Does anyone have a bun (Doe particularly) who just stamps their foot when they’re miffed about not being allowed somewhere, ours isn’t allowed under the sofa and she’s been really good recently but its become her new game for her all of a sudden. She knows she’s not allowed and every-time she comes near it, she stamps her little foot! haha


    • charlierae
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      My doe did that too. She wasn’t allowed on or behind the entertainment center. She would still try her hardest. Then trump her foot when she was unsuccessful. She’d also thump late at night when i was asleep. I think she knew her hutch was above my bedroom. Haha


    • Beegirl
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      hehe, they’re so cheeky!


    • Nutmeg
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      OMG More my boy than my girl – although they are currently on “Cage arrest” while they heal from their spay and neuter and are NOT happy about it so she’s stomping a bit now too… BUT OMG does my boy ever stamp when he wants something or when I don’t give him is food fast enough or when he wants to be by Penny (the girl) but can’t …hahah he’s such a butt-head!


    • JackRabbit
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      Not only does my Marlee thump when she doesn’t get her way, she has recently started doing a “stomp stomp” with her front feet to express her disapproval! Cutest thing ever’. She does it fast, but her bonded brother has picked up on it and did it during brushing the other night. He did it slower so it was like stomp one front foot, psuse, then the other! Gotta love him lol!


    • Luna's Parents
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      Our bun has only stomped her feet once and it was hilarious. She was playing in a big cardboard box and it moved, which scared the poor thing, so she ran and hid and stomped her foot until I brought the box out of the apartment. So, so cute.

      Totally unrelated, she also claps her front paws after we pet her, which is an insanely funny site to see.

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