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sarahthegemini
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My bunnies became free roaming bunnies a couple weeks after we got them. So when they were about two and a half-ish months old. They would have been free roaming sooner but we had to make sure everywhere was bunny proofed. By this time they were already peeing exclusively in their litter trays.

If they’re chewing at your carpets, just put mats or fleece blankets down? I’m lucky as mine were very well behaved for the most part.

They might start spraying when their hormones kick in, but they might not. Mine never did! In fact, I sometimes question whether they even went through puberty :p But it’s something to keep in mind.

You’ve also got to keep in mind what you will do when it’s time to separate them. I ended up dividing my living room in half – one half for each bun when I separated them which means they had less space for a while. Again, something to keep in mind