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Home Forums BEHAVIOR New bunny in tobys territory? RE: New bunny in tobys territory?

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kurottabun
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Do note that Ollie may also be a girl since it’s so hard to sex baby bunnies. If I remember correctly, Toby was mistaken for being a boy as well until she was older and you found out it’s a she.

Like A&B said, Ollie will also need to be neutered before bonding – if he is intact he may very well try to hump Toby later on and this may result in fights. If however Ollie also turns out to be female, then she definitely needs to be spayed first too as females are notoriously territorial so she won’t be able to share a space with Toby until then.

Which month exactly are you moving out? I’m a little confused because you mentioned that you “wanted to get her a friend and i had to do it before she is spayed because that’s not until August and I needed more time to bond them before I move out”.