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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Kitten with French Lop?

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    • GardenBunny
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      My lop and my roommate’s kittenHello! I’ve found myself in an unusual situation with need of wisdom. I have a 11 pound French lop boy and I know he gets lonely without my old roommate’s kitten because they spent over half a year growing up together. The picture attached is them just chilling together. She’s coming back eventually but it led me to realize that he honestly gets along better with cats now than he does any other animal. He once escaped his play pen to go over and sniff the clothes I had on when I was holding a new stray I found. He was caught but he was upset to be away from the smell. I’m now realizing that he needs a feline companion and the stray I mentioned earlier is at the shelter awaiting an owner to find her. I have an opportunity to adopt her if another 72 hours pass without an owner presenting themselves but there’s no chip or collar on her and she’s the sweetest thing to the other owned cats around outside and literally comes to me to beg for pets. I feel like since he’s so big and is getting neutered in a few days (and her spayed before adoption) the match and timing might just be perfect. Does anyone have experience with this sort of situation? Is there any reason I shouldn’t adopt for the safety of either animals? I have separate areas for them to recover from surgery before they meet so I’m not worried about that. Any information is welcome!


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      I think it depends on the cat. Some are very gentle with bunnies and do not view them as prey. But you do have to be careful with introductions and you don’t want to leave them unsupervised if you don’t know how they will get along with each other. A cat can very easily cause injury to a bunny, even in play. Something to keep in mind.

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Kitten with French Lop?