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Bambam (6 month old neutered male) and Pebbles (6 week old unneutered female) are kept separately but in the same room. Bambam has the room and Pebbles is in a cage. They have supervised 'dates' and Bambam growls at Pebbles and mock charges her so I separate them again. However, last night Pebbles managed to escape her cage (I was in the room but not near either of them) and Bambam just ignored her, even came up to me to show her that she was out but did not charge her. Why is this? Are they just getting better or is Bambam 'protecting' me from Pebbles?
I plan on keeping them separated until Pebbles is old enough to be neutered and then bond them properly, but if there is a way that they can be friends in the mean time it would make my life so much happier to see my two babies getting on!!