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hi, iv read on these forums a couple of times that peoples buns have escaped into the other buns pen during bonding and obviously this can go either way , last night i came home and twinks had escaped out of her pen and was wondering around ththeir room, she cant phisically get into stitch cage cuz its not open topped. i seriously have no idea how she did it the pen is so tall a cant even lean over it at all so no idea really, just wondering, if people have found this happpens when buns want to be with eachothern, because she has never done this before!! thought it might be her telling me she wants more time with him? i might just be being hopefull there tho, any ideas?
Pepper, the bunny in my icon, could clear a 36" X-pen from a standing start with only minor scrabbling. I found that attaching a bedsheet over the top of the pen and attaching it with binder clips or clothespins was helpful in keeping her in place. Generally they won't jump blind.