Try PMing Tamsin. http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/member.php?u=4009
Can I ask why you need to rehome him? Maybe it's something we can help with?
But cannot post on relevant section?
What can I do?
The lad daren't go near her and I simply haven't the time to look after rabbits on a permanent basis.
Of course, I must be satisfied she is going to a good home.
Maybe a rescue would offer to re-bond them for you?
Orla 24/06/2010 - 19/11/2014
Sookie 13/03/2010 -31/07/2010 Your spot by the pond will never be replaced. xxxx
They could probably be re-bonded into a pair. A bond often breaks down once a bun has been spayed due to the seperation/hormones - has your male bun been neutered?
My group of 3 girls lived together for 2 years at the rescue (unspayed). I had them spayed when I adopted them and they fell out shortly after the op.
Poppy was the aggressor, so I separated her from the other two, but only by using a mesh divider so that she could all still see, smell and communicate with each other. I kept them like this for about a week to give them all time to calm down and then tried them together again. I had a couple of minor scuffles and a bit of chasing, but they soon settled down and went back to the snuggly trio that they were before their spays.
Bunnies: Sugar & Roo, Poppy & Pansy, Nutmeg Saffron & Pepper, Minnie & Scooby
Chinchillas: Milly & Molly, Gemima & Lucy, Clover & Lola
Cats: Tigger & Humbug
Goodnight Cinnamon, Catkin & Daisy, sleep tight my little girls xx
Sweet dreams Herbie, Wally and big Bentley.....Forever in my heart xx
Sleep tight baby Cookie...your time with us was too short, but you will stay in our hearts forever xx
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