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chipnroo
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Cute buns! Moving them near each other will def help. It lets them get used to each other’s smell and presence.

Let the buns do their thing. Forcing them into any interactions may stress the buns out which may lead to them fighting. It may take a while before you see any grooming at all.

Some people had success with a small box, but some people said it made the fighting worse. Give it a try, but be ready to separate them. I use an xpen. If they’re really not showing any interest or is too interested in the surroundings I move the xpen so the area is smaller.