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Hii This is my first post on Binkybunny My name is Sondre and my girlfriends name is Svandis
One of our bunnies passed away last week, and me and my gf (Svandis on the forum) are worried that his brother, Bosse, will get lonely without another buddy. We won't get a new one untill after christmas atleast, so Bosse gets time to mourn, and to get a closer bond with us, but still we don't want to wait too long either. We have been looking at a couple bunnies from before Mathias passed, so we have been thinking of it for a while.. We have been wanting either a dutch, a tan or an otter colored N-dwarf maybe. We were just wondering how, or if, a tan or a dutch could get along with a lionhead (ofc after doing some bunny dating) to see if Bosse finds someone that he gets along with. We were wondering since tans and dutch rabbits are bigger in size, then a N-dwarf might be more appropriate?
Also, we might add that Bosse is rather big for a lionhead, he weighs 1.7kg and he's 5 months old.
My Flemie Blue is bonded with Baby our mini Lop and they have a great bond, as a matter of fact He helped her recover from her spay.