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Yes my darlings finally gave in and are now the best of friends. We took them away with us for the weekend and after the trip in the car they were a little more amenable to play time so my husband gave them supervised playtime every day that next week. After only 1 serious tussle they chased each other around and finally settled down to a grooming session. After a week Snuffles was even grooming Oliver back. Now they spend all their time together snuggling and sleeping and grooming. It's very cute and well worth all the effort of the last 8 months. There were times I didn't think they'd bond, but we kept at it and now they're inseparable.
So for everyone else out there, struggling, here's another success story!
Thats great to hear!! I am trying to decide if I want to get my bun a friend but fear them not bonding but that really gives me hope even if it does take along time!!! Congrats!!!