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    Hello everyone,
    So this is kinda awkward mishap. I was holding Leia she was walking all over me so I put her back, went to go wash my hands and went to hold Luke. He was shaking his tail like a vibration and then acting very aggressively biting my sweater and what not so I can only assume he was trying to mate with Leia via my sweater. Here is a video of him doing his thing that I am concerned with which I hope he is O.K.
    Can someone please tell me he is O.K. He started to lick his vent too.
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    Very concerned about him.

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    In all honesty, it's hard for me to see any shaking in the video. It wouldn't surprise me if he smelled the female on your sweater and was reacting because of that. He's probably a bit disappointed, but he'll get over it.

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    He was more like twitching near his behind, he was twerkin it. Yeah, he was biting and moving his whole body. First time I ever seen him do this and he would not let go of my sweater. But luckily he stopped. I checked on him today and he is fine not making anymore of those movements. I also checked his hemipenes to make sure it was red/swollen or anything and it wasn't. Thankfully.
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    It does sound like mating behavior and based on your description is understandable.

    Aliza

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