Princess is a very active bunny. She enjoys chewing on willow baskets, pine wood, cardboard boxes, shoes, and some blankets. Her favorite spot to "make a run for it" would be under our couch, where she now will refuse to come out even if you bribe her with carrots. We stuck a blanket over the opening of the couch, which she loves to dig and bite at. It's gotten a hole in it from her attempts at "moving" it to get under the couch. We put a cardboard box in her pen with her where she can hide, but also stuck some shirts in it which upon discovery she kicks out. She does not enjoy being ignored or left out of whatever we're doing. She's taken to chewing at the bars or growling to let us know that she wants to come out. She will also give you a nice thump in the morning if you haven't brought her pellets fast enough. I recently got thumped three times because she made a run for the couch and I put her back in her pen. She was not happy with that. When she's not running around the apartment at full speed, she'll let you pet her. She enjoys putting her head in your hand and having you give her head rubs. I like to pet her whole body, which will get her to squish onto the floor. After a couple of minutes, she'll feel that she needs to reciprocate and try to lick you. If she can't lick your hands, then she'll lick your face. If you're sitting on the floor minding your own business, then sometimes she comes over and licks your feet or legs. She has also tried to groom Jon's beard.
Princess also expects the apartment to be the same way every time she gets a chance to scope things out. I had paper on top of my printer once, which she picked up and moved off because it apparently didn't belong there. She's also moved wires out of her way, which sometimes means you need to buy a new cord. She has gone directly for a cord and chewed it, which I think is to get our attention. She normally ignores most cords unless they are directly in her path.
She really loves to chew any furniture that is naturally wood. She pretty much steers clear of Ikea furniture. She's a great jumper, too. She won't jump somewhere unless she's scoped it out first, but has no issues jumping on top of something she's familiar with. She's jumped onto Jon who was sleeping in bed once.
If you're the only one home and standing at the sink washing dishes, sometimes she'll sit next to you until you're done. I think it's because she thinks she'll get food. Regardless, she's super cute. She'll also recognize the fridge door opening and try to get to her veggies. She did manage to get her veggies off the shelf of the fridge, but then wasn't quite sure what to do with all of them. She also is interested in just about anything you're eating. If you're sitting down for dinner, then expect her to come find you and try to get into whatever you have on your plate. She also enjoys a good glass of wine or beer. She's knocked over my recycling to lick the opening of a beer bottle (to my surprise, oops).
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