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, Bentley & Minnie
Chinchillas: Milly & Molly, Gemima & Lucy, Clover & Lola
Cats: Tigger & Humbug
Goodnight Cinnamon, Catkin & Daisy, sleep tight my little girls xx
Sweet dreams Herbie & Wally.....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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