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So, Peanut is about 9 weeks old. I adopted him from a feed store where someone had taken an unexpected litter of bunnies to find homes. He was originally living with one of his littermates, but that one got adopted before I got Peanut. When I came in the day after that bunny got adopted, Peanut looked super sad and lonely. I had originally intended to maybe get both--they looked so content together and when he was alone he definitely looked worse.
They told me he's too young to tell what sex he is, so I had to hold off on getting another bunny. The thing is, I have a feeling he is lonely and also he is so little, I feel bad about leaving him alone. This is the first time he's been without another bunny. I can't stay with him 24/7 though. What to do?
Posted By peanutsmom on 02/26/2012 11:12 PM
He does have a stuffed bunny. I will see about getting him some more toys. I guess I don't really have the option of getting another one til he's neutered...
2 unfixed rabbits will never successfully bond. They will both have sex on the brain. It is not a good picture
It takes patience! Just take it easy and bond with your rabbit. You will be surprised by how a rabbit is