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Last month we adopted two rabbits from a shelter. When we got them they were already bonded and love to groom each other and cuddle together. We are loving our two little girls so much that we have been considering adopting a third rabbit.
I know rabbits are very social but is it wise to introduce a third into a bonded pair?
We would love to provide a home for another neglected rabbit but I don't want to disrupt the wonderful bond that our current rabbits share.
I have read about rabbit speed dating and I know that we need to let them choose their new friend but everything I read was about introducing two single rabbits, not adding a third to a pair.