OMG, Scooter was so like this for the first six months!!!! So freaked out in the kennel, the vet and a trainer told me I had to take him out or he'd hurt himself. Then he destroyed the door when I locked him in the kitchen. Back to his kennel-he'd pee on himself, but he didn't destroy the house. Eventually he learned 1) not to pee, and 2) that I eventually came home. Now that he has the run of the house he is so much calmer, hangs out with the cat and sleeps upside down on the sofa.
ANATOMY OF A ZOMBIE by Jim Lockey
This is Herman, He's a German Giant bunny. And yes, he's real. Back in the 80's I lived in Northern Germany and the Schurz Kaserne had (and probably still does) had a colony of Giant Flemish Rabbits that lived on the golf course. I always thought they were big brownish rocks until a few of them moved one day when I was visiting the PX.