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Home Forums BONDING Switching Pens vs Litter Boxes & Toys

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    babuding
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    Hello.

    Does switching only Litter Boxes and Toys have the same effect/results with switching pens?

    I have 2 pairs to bond (to a foursome), and I am thinking switching pens will include putting them in carriers instead of just picking them up and putting them down on the other pen. Any suggestions?


    #1895308
    Sirius&Luna
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    Pens is good because it stops them feeling territorial of a specific space, especially if you want them to live in the space once they’re bonded. If you think it’s going to really stress them out though, just litter boxes and toys can work.


    #1895335
    babuding
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    Thank you. I did make a pen swap last night. ?


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