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Hi everyone,today I have a question from my best friend....
She has 2 female rabbits , Beauty with almost 1 year and a half and Delilah with almost 3 years or almost 4 years, sorry I'm not sure.
But recently they started fighting and I advised her to spay them .....But the problem is that Delilah has a respiratory problem since she was young and recently she broke her foot, now she is fine but she is still taking meds....Catarina (my best friend) doesn't wan't to spay Delilah it's just too mutch for her and even though she is sometimes a bit territorial she is good litter trained and she is not aggressive or anything. Personally I agree with Catarina,cause although she has a high risk of having cancer I wouldn't do the procedure it's just too mutch for her
What do you think should she spay the two or can she just spay Beauty???
Hi ,They have been bonded since Beauty was a baby , but I'm not sure,I will have to ask her.
Beauty is the cause of the problem , they have been fighting since Delilah came from the vet because of her broken foot, but Delilah is the calm one she just freeze while beauty bites her(of course she separated them, it just wasn't fair for Delilah)
Catarina has tried to bond them again, but it didn't work out.........It's all so strange.....
She is going to the vet , probably next week or so,so next week I will tell you the news ,but honestly I'm not that confident,but well ...we will see
She did have surgery but it was far less invasive than spaying, well that is what catarina said, idk........But still the vet said it was a risky procedure
We know that with fixed bunnies is easier to bond, but we were just trying to see if it worked, after almost 1 year and a half together....
We know all the pros and cons about it, we are just afraid , that's all
Do any of you know wht is going to happen with their bonding???