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graysonbun
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updates:
so we’ve done a session or more everyday since my first post, things seem to be going mostly the same, lots of eating, and moving around, also very few minor scuffles. (leo is actually fighting back and defending himself now though, and that makes me feel better and proud) but in the most recent session, leo groomed ollie about 3 or 4 different times on the head!! I’m really glad that ollie is no longer running away from the contact. He hasn’t made any attempts to groom leo, but I think he might just not be that type of bunny? No flopping, but neither of them flop outside of the x pen or cage normally unless left for hours, so I’m thinking once we move onto semi neutral, and have longer sessions that may happen…
how long should I wait for semi neutral? with the minor scuffles at the very beginning of sessions, I’m thinking it could go okay to do it soon? please let me know your opinions on how it’s going and any experience you have!! anyone want some pictures of the next session??