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My husband and I have had two rabbits for about 2.5 years. They were bonded before we got them and were from the wild (aged at the time around 2), I guess that makes them roughly 4.5 now. Anyway. We have the space and time and love for a third rabbit. Also, we really love our current bunns but they aren't particularly affectionate with us at all. We accept them as they are but recently the idea of a rabbit that might let us snuggle it just a little... is very tempting.
We've found a 1.5 month old bunn and very much want to bring it into the family. What are the steps for bonding a baby to adults? I've read about bringing in a third adult but I'm assuming it will be different. If anyone can offer some insight I would very much appreciate it.