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LittlePuffyTail
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Welcome to Binky Bunny.

I’m a little confused. Are you letting Wilma out while Fred is also out so they could interact if they wanted to? If yes, this is not good and could result in very injured bunnies. Also, at 3 months, I’m assuming your little girl is not spayed. She will need to be spayed and given time for her hormones to settle (at least a month) before you attempt any bonding. As well, you need to have a 100% neutral area to do the bonding process (as in somewhere neither Fred nor Wilma have been).

I suggest you read the Bonding info here on BB. Check it out in the BUNNY INFO section at the top of the website.