Rabbits in heat can be frustrating. As the one reposndant said, if you have more than one rabbit of different genders your options are clear - apart or together. Otherwise, if you choose not to have babies or only own one rabbit, they will go through a few stretches per year where they will be goofy, giddy, possibly spray and act up. They act like they're just plain bad, like little kids getting in trouble (if they're uncaged). The stage will pass, eventually after a few weeks. They might try to hump you or another family member or pet. Try giving them something to hump, for example one of mine (a male) LOVED balloons and it satisfied him, and another loves her (yes her) stuffy - a toy stuffed rabbit. My third doesn't have any interest in mating at all, but curiously watches the other hump.
Separate them if it is a male and female and you don't want babies. If you do want babies, then let them be. They have a 30 day gestation period. It doesn't take long.
We tried mating, but it didn't work. Is it because she wasn't in heat? Or it is because we have different breeds, a Rex and a Dutch. I don't think size really matters, or does it? We are new at this. They both were born in the summer of '08. But after they were done mating, some sticky yellow goop came out of the female Rex. What was it? She acted as if she was pregnant, but it was a false pregnancy. She had all the signs, but she didn't have any babies. What happened? HYPOTHESIZE
Ok listen up the best thing to do is keep your rabbit in a very cool spot I should know I am 13 and had a very hard day today full of tears because my rabbit died
Your rabbit will die and have maggots eating at it
Take them out of the heat before they die rabbits die in the heat I mean proper die