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I'm looking to adopt a second rabbit. Currently I have a ~9 month old lop eared spayed female. She stays in my room in a big cage, but has access to the whole room most 24/7. I want to adopt a second rabbit but I don't have another room to keep it in. I have a second cage to keep the new rabbit. My question, is could I keep them in the same room but in separate cages? I could keep them both to their cages except for exercise. I realize they also need to be introduced on neutral territory. Any ideas? I want to make sure the bonding goes well but I'm also limited on where to house them.