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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BONDING > Going away.. Bonded?
Last Post by Stitchntwinks at 8/23/2012 3:25 AM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline Stitchntwinks
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8/21/2012 10:13 AM

Soo I have partially bonded bunnies, they play and sleep and eat together all day with minimal humping, ut at 9 o'clock every night stitch started obsessive humping, and this leads to them being split up for bedtime, so days whenim off they are together from 8 ish in the morning to the times go to bed! They are pretty much bonded and they are only separated by an xpen panel at night time, my question is, we go on holiday in a week, and they are staying at a friends house who is experienced with bunnies, I was just wondering what the likely hoodies that with the change of scenery they might end up being ok 24/7 while they are at hers? She knows to split them up when she's not around especially night time, but just wondered if the change of scenery might do them good? Any ideas? 


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User is Offline mocha200
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8/21/2012 11:25 AM
The neutral territory would be good, I wouldn't put them together at night there as they don't at home.
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User is Offline Stitchntwinks
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8/21/2012 9:09 PM
Ok then . I thought i say to my friend to just see how it goes . Theu are like a bonded pair every other time though wich is frustrating!

User is Offline mocha200
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8/22/2012 5:33 AM
Rabbits are most active around night which is why they get like that, humping/chasing, then. I remember when my bunnies where at that point I tried to cement them and they wouldn't stop chasing. Just give it time, after I waited awhile and tried again, all they did was groom each other all day and night! It was so cute!
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User is Offline Stitchntwinks
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8/22/2012 9:33 AM
Yea, im just riding It out, there perfect all day and night till around 9 so I no they can do it haha

User is Online Monkeybun
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8/22/2012 1:04 PM
Being in a different place may actually help them bond better. Could be good for them

User is Offline Stitchntwinks
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8/23/2012 3:25 AM
Yea, I've heard of people cementing in a different house, fingers crooked for us please, I'm going to miss my buns sooo much!
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