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

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Sirius&Luna
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I don’t know why you ask for advice when you ignore everything everyone tells you, then you come back to tell everyone that you ignored their advice.

I would really advise finding a new vet that specialises in rabbits, because no rabbit savvy vet would ever recommend putting an unspayed female with an unneutered male.

Again, you have got a bunny that is too young to be separated from their mother, but this time you don’t have the excuse of not knowing it was wrong.