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"When I was about 12 yrs old I owned a Northeastern cottentail (a wild rabbit) and it was a lot friendlier than the Dutch I own today. I purchased the rabbit from a local shelter already spayed & at about a year old. I've spent multitudes of hours with the bunny, but it still lunges, grunts, and scratches even if I just sit down next to her and don't touch her! She has my entire apartment to roam around freely (which is huge)and lots of toys just for her, but she would rather chew electrical cords, my couch, wood furniture and holes in my wall to wall carpeting!"

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