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I'm giving serious thought to getting another bunny for pancakes to bond with, we have the space and finances for a second bunny, and with so many in rescue it seems bad not to, not to mention that as my partner and I both work full time it would be lovely for Pancakes to have some company when we are out.
We have a fantastic rescue centre not too far from us, so adopting another bunny will be straightforward, and we can take pancakes along for some speed dating!
My only real concern is that from what I have been reading, once the new bunny is brought home, we will have to slowly introduce the pair on neutral territory. As Pancakes is now a completely free range house bunny, her scent will already be all over my house, with no where she hasn't been.
Does anyone have any suggestions for ways that we can get around this?
Many thanks all. x