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Mikey
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Also adding that fur pulling is not ok. It can lead to flakey, dry, irritated and/or scabbed skin. Rabbits skin is very thin so fur pulling can easily become a problem. I would keep them apart atleast a month like the others stated, and see how it goes after that. If your boy is still pulling fur after that, youll have to find out why so you can stop it