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Forum BEHAVIOR Do I need to separate them? RE: Do I need to separate them?


Nutmeg
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I agree with S&L – I lived with my parents until I was 32 due to things out of my control, so no judgement there at ALL!!
But you have two choices…. stop asking and separate them NOW or Re-Home one of them!
Rabbits do not squeal for no reason. It is either scared out of its mind by the other bunny OR it is in pain as the other one did bite it.

I’m sorry but this is when you need to grow a pair and stand up for your bunnies, as they can’t stand up for themselves.

I do not mean this as a mean questions, as it will come across that way, but I mean it as a realistic question….

~ How would you feel if you came home and one of your bunnies had killed the other one?

As that very likely will happen.

Also, if the girl ends up pregnant you are going to have to separate them anyways… and at such a young age having babies could kill her too, or she could reject them and kill her own babies.

At this point if any of these outcomes occur it is now on You, and it will be your fault, unfortunately, and not your parents.

Even if every single day, 5 times a day, you say – we need to re-home one of them…. over and over and over and over and over…
or we need to separate them… over and over and over and over and over and over and over….

Trust me, they’ll do one or the other to get you to stop as it wont be worth the fight for them anymore. You owe it to those bunnies! Ignoring it and hoping for the best wont make this danger go away.