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sarahthegemini
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I’m really anxious about this lack of grooming thing – they were grooming each other tons yesterday and early this morning! Now they keep asking each other for grooming but aside from the odd bit here and there, there’s barely any. In fact, Buttercup grooming the apple juice off of Peanut’s head was the most grooming they’ve done since moving into their permanent living area. Should I be concerned?

Aside from that, no other issues really. No humping. Oh, Peanut pushed Buttercup’s head out of the way again earlier because she was right up close and both were chewing on their log but he had done that prior to separation so I’ve removed the log now til I feel more comfortable with them. He might have nipped her to get her to move too, I’m not sure.