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

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None of this post makes any sense.

You want to bond them before August, yet neither are fixed yet. It literally makes absolutely no difference for you to have two unaltered rabbits that can’t bond until after they are both spayed/neutered. Honestly, you’ve just caused yourself more trouble to have to keep them separated through a move and all, because there is absolutely no way you are going to have two young rabbits neutered and bonded by August.

Very poor decision making. You COULD and SHOULD have waited.