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Ginaol
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Fred still has free range. She is penned when we are not home. When we are home we are letting her investigate. She does not know how to go up the stairs yet so that is not my concern. Fred cancome down the stairs but now refuses to. I guess my question is should we be introducing them or should we wait until he comes down the stairs. She is just shy of 3 months but we do plan on getting her spayed. I just feel bad for him. I feel like he feels left out and I do not want that. I will try the stuffed animal piece as well as the neutral territory piece. He just does not seem interested is all. He is not even thumping, yet I know that he knows there is another bunny in the house. At least I think he does.