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Forum BONDING Not paying much attention to each other

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      I am bonding my two bunnies Cinnimon and Ollie, I have been for 3 days now. They seem to have very little attention to each other though. I heard this is a good sign but they need to show attention to each other to bond, right? How could I make them should attention to each other?


    • feireia
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      You can try reducing the size of their space to encourage interaction with each other. It’s usually recommended to start bonding in an an area just big enough for them to lay down/stretch out so they’re sorta forced to touch and interact.


    • DanaNM
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      Ignoring each other is not a bad sign, because they are still deciding not to fight. Rather than mess with the space and forcing interaction, just start increasing the length of the sessions.

      I usually bond in a large space, and have found that forcing them together in a small space often leads to fighting for me personally.

      . . . The answers provided in this discussion are for general guideline purposes only. The information is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Seek the advice of your veterinarian or a qualified behaviorist.  

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Forum BONDING Not paying much attention to each other