I mentioned the other day how annoyed I get when Clovis chews on his cage door. Although still irritating, I'm somewhat amused when he chews on his fencing.
After his dinner, between 7:30 and 8:00, I give Clovis a scoop of rabbit pellets. You would think he hasn't had a meal in days the way he attacks his little crock of pellets. (It's been maybe an hour and a half since dinner...) He runs frantically around my feet. I can't tell you how many times I've nearly stepped on him despite my verbal warnings to him to, "Watch my feet!"
If I should happen to be busy or forget that it is pellet time, he will remind me by noisily pulling on the fencing I have around his living quarters with his teeth, "rattling his cage" and, in effect, rattling my cage. He'll use this same tactic later in the evening to tell me it's time for bed. And why would he want me to put him to bed? Because he gets a little something sweet when I tuck him in for the night. And yes, I realize, he's got me well trained.