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Well I think a lot of the issue is that they are free fed, so she isn't on a timed schedule to poo so we don't know when we should be letting her out, and it doesn't help now that it's fall and everyone is back to school and my mom is a teacher, so she is back to work
Posted By Lintini on 11/14/2009 12:43 AM
I know this will be a long process to get her to like him.
You might be suprised what a spay will do for her. After she is done she might really take to him (though he should still be fixed prior to bonding). As for him, well to me personally, he doesn't look like a trouble maker. Best of luck! Even if they never bond, I think rabbits like having other rabbits around them.
Oh, and you probably know this, but I took what Jersey said to heart: A male is still fertile for a little while after his neuter! This is esspecially important for your little bun because she is so much smaller than him.