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Also during their separated time try to demolt them as much as possible incase the need for more grooming than each is use to providing is the cultrit – or being too warm with the weather changes you said your having at the moment – the extra fur may be bothering one or both of them.
If they aren’t chewers you could add a blanket to each of their cages / half of cage and after a few days break from each other you could swap their blankets to the other ones cage daily – helps to reintroduce their smell of each other before attempting the rebonding