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So I'm getting waaay ahead of myself here... but I really really want to get a third bun- I won't actually look into it until I get a new job and probably move and have a bigger apt, etc.... so it's still a ways off... but I was wondering what combo might work easier for a bonded trio. I have a bonded male and female right now so I was wondering if there's any general rule as to whether it would be easier to add a male or female. I'll do the whole bunny dating thing and will ulitmately decide on a third bun based on personality, I'm just wondering if there are any generic "rules" for adding in a third. (One of the reasons I'm waiting to get a third is in case the bonding doesn't work and I end up keeping the third separate- in which case I would probably end up with four eventually!)
I have seen all different types of trios, but since I don't have a trio personally, I am going to email the leaders that have multiple bunnies and have them check out this thread.