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I have a great little one year old Holland Lop bunny that is tons of fun. I try to provide everything for him and make sure that he is truly loved. I know there is lots of information about how two bunnies are better than one, but I am still not sure. Theodore (the bunny) is really active, loves to run up and down his cardboard castle and just be a bunny. He has the company of a well behaved cat and puppy. He actually bosses them around!
I am working with a rescue group, to see if we can find him a girlfriend, but I am not sure how another bunny is going to change the dynamics of our house. Like I said before, the cat and dog are great with Theodore, then are extremely careful with him and he doesn't mind them at all.
Do you think that a adventuresome bunny would enjoy the company of a female?? Thanks so much!
When it comes to bunnies I believe that more is better! Absolutely get another bunny!
Seriously though, many people believe in having bonded pairs. I personally try to have bonded trios with all of my pets. I have three ferrets, I now have four rabbits but only two are bonded so far. The reason I go for trios is because when one of them dies, which they all will at some point, the two left behind will have each other and will weather that storm more smoothly. Another third can then be brought in to make them a trio again.