Hello! I've had Jamong since December 2011, and decided to get her a friend after i've trained her and had more experience. I've kept Jamong in my room, and it is where she feels comfortable the most and claims her territory. I received another rabbit from the same previous owner Sunday. I've had her sister, Tofu, meet Jamong in my room..and I noticed Jamong would thump front of her several times..and Tofu even came to Jamong and put her head under Jamong telling Jamong is more dominant..is that not the sign? Yesterday, I took them to a neutral territory, and they met again..but I saw them lay next (not too close) to each other..So it must mean they felt a little more comfortable in the neutral territory.
Today, in the morning, I left Tofu in the cage which was Jamong's, and released Tofu to try bonding again..Tofu would follow Jamong and pull her fur out..trying to tell Jamong that she is more dominant..even in the neutral area, where Tofu has never been before..Jamong rarely visited my closet either. When I let Tofu out of her cage, she would put her scents outside of the cage..everywhere, the plates where they ate from, everything! It is very very hard to watch Tofu and Jamong not get along well, since they are sisters too, and because Jamong was my first, so of course I feel closer to her. I really don't know what to do next..I gave them some old fashioned oats to eat from the same bowl, and I was surprised they did..But a little later Tofu scared Jamong away..and whenever Jamong would go into the cage, Tofu would oppose it and scare her..I feel like in seeing this..how Tofu scares Jamong soo much, they will never even get close to bonding.
They are both spayed. Please help!