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sarahthegemini
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Almost 24 hours in! I was planning on keeping them in this set up for another 24 hours but they’re both itching to get out and about, and I don’t want to risk them feeling agitated (they’re used to so much more space) so I’m going to set up their permanent living quarters today which is free roam of the house but primarily the living room so we’re going to rearrange the living room, set up their new cardboard castle etc. 

They’ve spent the morning snuggling, flopping, grooming each other (thoroughly and a few licks here and there) and themselves. I thought Peanut was going to hump Buttercup again as he was sniffing her back end a little a few times but he didn’t. 

They’ve also both drank from the water bowl at the same time now rather than taking it in turns. I also just scattered their pellets and they have happily munched on them