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    I think with 2 boys the secret is patience. They look lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Help1234 View Post






    Excuse the mess...but you can see its not idea long term! (And you can see how adorable they are!!) I should add - they get swapped over every 24 hours, and when they are swapped they still mostly use their litter tray, so they hopefully arent too territorial!

    What gorgeous rabbits

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    Thank you, we think theyre gorgeous!

    Ive just seen on another forum where I asked for advice that someone had to have their rabbit put down this morning after a bonding session went wrong...im thinking that living with a puppy gate across the living room for 5-7 years might not be so bad 😱😫

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    Quote Originally Posted by Help1234 View Post
    Thank you, we think they’re gorgeous!

    I’ve just seen on another forum where I asked for advice that someone had to have their rabbit put down this morning after a bonding session went wrong...i’m thinking that living with a puppy gate across the living room for 5-7 years might not be so bad ����
    What a shame! But this is a very rare occurrence. Boys will inflict horrendous injuries on one another but owners usually intervene before fights get out of hand.

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    Mess, what mess? They are lovely bunnies and I can see why you would have difficulty choosing only one. Sending you more positive vibes so you never have to make that choice.

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    How are things going with the introductions?
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    We have kind of left it for the week as were feeling nervous! They are currently flopped next to each other (separated by the bars), but they have also been trying to bite each other through the bars - tails up, lunging at each other. We have the names of a couple of professional bonders so we call them tomorrow. Feeling a bit helpless tbh! Any recommendations of anyone that might be able to help in Essex/east London would be much appreciated x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Help1234 View Post
    We have kind of left it for the week as were feeling nervous! They are currently flopped next to each other (separated by the bars), but they have also been trying to bite each other through the bars - tails up, lunging at each other. We have the names of a couple of professional bonders so we call them tomorrow. Feeling a bit helpless tbh! Any recommendations of anyone that might be able to help in Essex/east London would be much appreciated x

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    Yes very close! She sounds brilliant, but by the looks of her facebook page shes just had a baby so dont know how much she is doing at the moment. Shes on my list to give a call to tomorrow morning, plus a lady in Hertfordshire called Caroline. We just want some semblance of normality back to our living room!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Help1234 View Post
    Yes very close! She sounds brilliant, but by the looks of her facebook page shes just had a baby so dont know how much she is doing at the moment. Shes on my list to give a call to tomorrow morning, plus a lady in Hertfordshire called Caroline. We just want some semblance of normality back to our living room!

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