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    Thanks everyone! So helpful to hear everyone's bonding experiences and know that it is normal. It's so uncomfortable to watch that I needed some reassurance
    Fingers crossed we have a positive bonding experience too.

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    Be a gentlebun Philip and get that Snowy to fall in lurveee.

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    Bonding attempt 2.
    Have been really awful at this recently but have started the bonding process again tonight as I now have a week off work.

    They have been in their neutral enclosure for about 20 minutes so far. Slightly less mounting than last time but there is still so much and the honking from him!
    It's just so uncomfortable to watch as you have to keep an eye out to make sure he's not mounting her head still

    No fighting still though. Poor Snowy. She's spent most of the time hiding in her tunnel from pesky Phillip again.

    Edit: Ok it hasn't eased off at all. The only time he stops mounting is when he's tired himself out and needs a lie down!
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    Oh Phillip, you naughty naughty boy!

    Toby enjoyed a hump too only no bun would tolerate it and all hell broke loose. As hard as it is, maybe continue as you are and hope Phillip gets bored tonight. Is he distracted by noms?



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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Is he distracted by noms?



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    Yes he is! So we put lots in but as soon as they run out he’s at it again


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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    Yes he is! So we put lots in but as soon as they run out he’s at it again


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    At least she can hide, mine ran away but they were in a big area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    At least she can hide, mine ran away but they were in a big area.
    She is running away after a while, and he does chase her to keep mounting. I keep expecting her to turn around to nip (and wouldn't blame her either!) but she doesn't!

    Bonding day 3

    Just a short 15 minute session today as I've got a horrible temperature and need to lie down. But I am pleased to report that there was no mounting today, partly because Phillip spent most of the time licking the kitchen cupboards

    Snowy was a bit more confident today, not only venturing out of the tunnel but also eating a bit of food which she doesn't usually do when he's there.

    A positive 15 minutes!

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