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sarahthegemini
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That’s the thing – everything points towards them being bonded already, they are fantastic together but I just don’t feel I can trust this hierarchy issue. I’m scared something will ‘break out'”when I’m not here if/when Peanut tries to mount again. Boyfriend said last night, bunnies started sniffing each other’s butt and then Peanut attempted once to mount her and I guess missed or something but then gave up and didn’t try again. I suppose this means he doesn’t accept her as top bun. They both groom each other tons! I just don’t know if it would be safe to leave them. Would you say if a week passes w/o issue then it’s okay?