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Any other bunnies do this?

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FernieB Sat 05-Apr-14 14:50:40

Just had a strange humming noise under my chair. Turns out that Current Bun is snoring - I've never heard him do this before shock

Midori1999 Sat 05-Apr-14 15:02:43

No, but my cat does. That doesn't help, does it... grin

My buns are outside so they're never asleep when I'm with them, so I don't know if they do it. It might be normal, but I think my first thought would be illness, although I suspect that's unlikely. So he's probably just a lazy bones.... grin

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 05-Apr-14 15:04:24

Are you sure it's not a fizzinrizzinrizzinpigsyoulittlefizzinrizzengits like Mutley from The Wackey Races.

He might be suffering extreme PFB (Precious Furry Boys) envy after the pigs Birthday Party

NurseyWursey Sat 05-Apr-14 15:08:15

Yes, it sometimes sounds like a helicopter. They do it when they're very content, or if they run around in a circle too it's usually when they're ready for mating.

Mine used to do it around my feet grin

Midori1999 Sat 05-Apr-14 15:45:20

Ah, mine 'purr', but it's not like snoring.

FernieB Sat 05-Apr-14 20:37:03

Midori - none of my previous buns have snored so I'm not sure if it is a normal thing. He was absolutely flat out asleep though (he'd had a busy morning of restingwink). He's a bun of very few words usually. I've only heard the occasional happy but very quiet squeak when he's being stroked and the odd angry buzz when a GP tries to climb him. So this snoring came as a shock. My previous bun had an opinion on everything confused

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