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Home Page Forums BONDING Gaston and Nina’s bonding struggles RE: Gaston and Nina’s bonding struggles


Kelsey
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You were right about being able to see the change!

He has been running around after her trying to hump her for days, but today he has been grooming her for 10 minutes and counting! He is definitely smitten.

The same can’t be said for her yet, but I’m giving her time to give in to his charm!

I have been getting them out together for a few hours once or twice a day and it seems to be helping.

I hope she likes him back!

How will I know when it is time to put them in a cage together?