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    Default Really can't decide!!!

    I REALLY want to rescue 2 buns from my local rescue centre...but my OH says it's not a good idea (he's not keen on bunnies ) but...I check on the website everyday and can't help wanting to home them!!! How easy is it to keep 2 lots of bunnies?? ie. 2 pairs. Any other helpful advice/tips before I do do something on impulse

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    i bonded my 2 pairs together

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    i have 3 pairs, 2 in the shed, one in the house, and tbh, don't take the decision lightly. u should never ever buy or rescue an animal on impulse. I love my bunnies to bits and have only what is within my means x
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    That would be great...I sooooo want to give them a good home

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    Definitely!! I think I could manage them...but it's my OH I have to convince!!

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    I have two pairs, dont really see how its different to having one pair so long as you have the space to house them an the money to pay any vets bills. My boyfriend wasnt keen on bunnies until ours first came to live with us, now he loves them! He doesnt love them enough to let me keep indoor bunnies yet but he might well come round!

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    I keep two pairs. It takes up more time but as long as you can afford it it's pretty similar to having one pair

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