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Hi! I was wondering if anyone had any fail-safe bonding tips?? I have TWO potential Forever homes for 2 of my 26 bunny girls, and both homes depend on the girls bonding with the potential husbun...any tricks I can use right off the bat to make the bonding successful?
Hahaha the thought of two little bunnies riding around in a shopping cart is a very cute image!! I think we will attempt the "scary" car ride to start off, this is the technique I used to bond my two buns and the bonding was actually complete in about 2 hrs. (love at first site!). Thanks for the recommendations! (I'm no pro either...hopefully the girls will like the boys).
TO ALL BUNNY SUPPORTERS:
While working with the Bunny Bunch I was made aware of two FANTASTIC ways to give money for bunnys without spending a dime of your own!
1. www.goodsearch.com - The charity I search for is Bunny Bunch, you can look up any one that you want on the goodsearch page as well if you have other charities you like.
2. If you shop at Ralphs:
Click on Community Contributions
Click on Participation Sign Up
Enter this NPO number: 83580
You can support the Bunny Bunch this way, or any organization you like...
Oh, boy. Fail-Safe? I don't think that actually exists in the bunny bonding arena. But there are definite ways to set it up that are geared for success. But even then, you may have to change things around a bit to fit the situation.
Some bunnies get along right away, most need some time, while others will show full blown aggression even in the car. I've experienced them all.
On average, it takes about 3 weeks for full bonding to happen. But I've also had bunnies experience love at first sight, while others took months and months!
Check out the bonding section on this site for step by steps tips. http://www.binkybunny.com/BUNNYINFO...fault.aspx