Her previous person didn't notice this behaviour at all and was surprised to here it. :)
In his new home, he's having a bit of a tough time adjusting. He's stomping his feet at his new people and acting like a nervous fellow.
He should settle down with time as he adjusts to new noises and smells.
When she had kits for me that bossiness went into overdrive causing me to wean her kits as early as I could since I didn't want them picking up her bad behaviour.
I moved her into a new home, fully disclosing my dislike of her behaviours, and in her new home...her person loves her and doesn't understand the problems I had with her.
Isn't it amazing???
The same bunny, different people, different housing and bunnies act differently.
It just goes to show what I tell people frequently.
What one person sees in a rabbit is not what another person will see in them.
Some housing and handling methods can be calming to rabbits, and for other bunnies just nerve wracking. People and how they act, cages and how they are built, shelters in which a bunny is contained in....they all affect how a bunny acts.
So much for bunnies being all the same eh? They are indeed as individualistic as people are don't you know????