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Bored bunnies are often destructive bunnies. So if he’s not digging at carpets, chewing your walls, skirting boards or furniture I think you’re doing ok. Single rabbits can do great, and I think it’s even more so when they’re a huge part of the goings on in a house like Fox is. A single rabbit kept outside with a shed and run while well kept, will get lonely. But being able to be around you a lot will be a huge help to his mental wellbeing.

He sounds like a happy healthy rabbit to me

Having said that, having gone from having a single rabbit to now having a pair, I can see how them being in a pair is so beneficial. They are simply around each other 99% of the time, like little shadows of one another. It’s beautiful That being said, I don’t think my previous rabbit, Bandit was unhappy as a single bun as he lived much the same as Fox does.