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Loopylop - I am in the same-ish situation. Don't give up! I'm sure it can be done...
My bunnies are still seperate... i've started bonding twice and the 2nd time all was great but then 'dearest hubby' didn't watch them carefully (enough) and a fight broke out. we keep them separate but the cages are together -although they are kept apart enough to stop damage through the bars and we have to put a mesh around them when one is out (Mable has bit Booboo's nose! and she was the one out!) So I've given them a break of about 3 weeks, and i'm going to start again soon. We have let them out breifly together, most of the time its ok, but we can tell if tensions rise..and we can't take our eyes off them.
I think you have to be patience and not rush things..but it can be very frustrating and disapointing x
What seems to kick things off with mine is in the evenings, they both love to runs around binkying and skipping, but when they do this and they're both out it seems to annoy the other, and it turns into the 'death spiral' (god just saying it makes me scared) and thats it. Its awful when they're gunning for each other..But i will keep trying and if i'm still here in 2 years saying the same thing then i will admit defeat, but not until!!
Taking them for a drive really helps mine, but so does putting them in the cardboard box and carrying it around x