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    I sleep on the sofa anyway because of my husband snoring 😑 but they will be in the utility.. I'd probs here if anything went off actually. I'm a very light sleeper

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    I'd be careful and try to have them near you so you can hear if they fall out. Can you put them in a pen in your room? Its tricky as you don't want to break them up if they've bonded, but I'd be too nervous to leave them on their own.

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    I know this is my worry too! I don't want to split them up but I don't want to leave them all night

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    Quote Originally Posted by CometLucy195 View Post
    I'd be careful and try to have them near you so you can hear if they fall out. Can you put them in a pen in your room? Its tricky as you don't want to break them up if they've bonded, but I'd be too nervous to leave them on their own.
    I agree with this. As positive as it looks its really early days & bunnies can do serious damage to each other in an instant. If you can find anyway of keeping them in the same room as you I'd do that, if not I's split them up (probably over cautious of me but better safe than sorry)

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    I thought once bonding you shouldn't split?

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    Quote Originally Posted by np88xxx View Post
    OK so this happened... 😮
    the lady we got her off said she'd just had a litter and was really laid back etc. So might be ok with a young rabbit around.. seems so for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by np88xxx View Post
    I thought once bonding you shouldn't split?

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    In early days when you can't monitor it's ideal to separate.

    I didn't want to separate mine when I started bonding as it took us so long to get them to the point of staying in a pen without trying to kill each other.

    So I grabbed a load of duvets and slept on the floor next to them.

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    Ideally I wouldn't split, I'd stay with them. I bedded down with mine for 3 weeks but I worked from home then & didn't have other pets, kids, commitments - I realise it isn't practical for many people to be able to supervise 24 / 7 though

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    Yeah I have 3 kids.. 2 of which wake up during the night so sleeping in the back room with them isn't really an option. They've not had any fights or anything as of yet and it's been 5hours ish. Hopefully fingers they may be ok

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    Hello - I keep nipping in and out of the forums and saw your post, how's it going?

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