Posted by sean on March 6, 2019 at 11:47 pm in Rabbits, Roman with 1 Comment


Take a look at this dog. What is it doing? You would assume that it is waiting for its owner to come home. Not anything especially unusual.

Look at Roman. Claire captured this photo of him on the webcam, last night. He is facing the wall – this is something that he has only started doing in recent weeks. Previously, he would rest in a different direction.

We were wondering the reason for this recent change of behaviour and have come to a conclusion…

Roman only acts this way at night (when we are upstairs, in bed).

The theory is that our rabbit is behaving like the dog in the photograph – waiting for his owners to come back…

One Response to The Waiting Game

  1. Lucy herbert

    March 10, 2019 - 9:01 pm
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    Yes i think it’s likely that, if he fixes his nose resolutely in direction of the wall he last saw you two, that your young Roman is exhibiting that waiting game so often seen with dogs and their owners….Hope fame hasn’t gone to his head and he’s behaving his little self.

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