[quote="Lucky_Scrunchy, post:11, topic:245341"]
Wow, thanks for all the info. Our llittle bunny is a girl, at least thats what the clerk told us.
haha! Well, when we got our last two dwarf bunnies, the clerk told us they were both boys and when my brother, sister and I came home from spending the summer with our grandparents, we found four additional little baby bunnies in the hutch. My Dad had to build a mega-hutch to separate the boys and to also keep them away from the girls. That didn't stop our one female rabbit, though. She bit through the wire and was able to fit through a little 3-4 in opening at the top of the lid just to get to her "husband". My friend and I "married" the two original bunnies after they had their babies. :p
Most of them lasted about 10 years. The oldest was 13 when she went to bunny heaven. I agree with the others that gentle pats on the head and letting them roam around you are good ideas. Ours always scratched and dug theirs claws whenever we held them, although we had one white dwarf who was very gentle and liked being cuddled. Growing up with a lot of rabbits as pets, though, I think he was the exception to the rule. I don't know what to say about the urinating. Ours tended to poop more than pee, much to my mother's chagrin, so we weren't allowed to keep them in the house much.