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Home Page Forums BONDING should I be concerned? RE: should I be concerned?


MeekoAndNibs
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Two bunnies should not be bonded unless both are fixed! So you should wait to introduce them in the same space

That being said, they can live near each other, just ensure there is enough seperation that they can’t bite each other through the bars! Little girls can’t get very territorial when they hit adolescence, which your sweet little one has not yet, and if she is rude through the bars it may make your older bunny more territorial about his house which is no good for bonding in the future!