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Little Doll is a mini holland lop female, adult, unsure of age. We've had her for a year now. She just got spayed last week. I am wondering if I should get her a friend bunny. I've read that rabbits are naturally social animals and that they can get depressed. When we adopted her, the owner was not present, so I dont know what environment she lived in previously, and if she likes other bunnies. She wants to make friends with out cat. She tries to lick the cat's fur, gets close to her, but the cat runs away. It seems to me that she is social and likes to have furry friends.
Little Doll lives in a large x-pen in her own room and is allowed to run free at least twice a day. I think there should be enough room for 2 bunnies to be comfortable.
If I did get one, I would want a neutered male of approximately same small size or even the same breed. There are some rescued bunnies listed for adoption on Petfinder.