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They get along swimmingly in class... grooming... cuddling... nose to nose... never an agressive turn. They're both on Radar's turf now and Jo is being very agressive. Now, I'm wearing a bandaid. Radar is a slapper who doesn't bite and Jo is a biter who doesn't warn. I'm not even trying to do anything yet, their cages are just in the same room. Between it all, I took Jo out to get some of the loose fur off of her and she fell asleep in my lap.
I put Jo back and got Radar out of the room for a half hour or so and she fell asleep in my lap. I then took Radar's pooh bear toy and put it in Jo's cage with a towel that Radar cuddles with. I rubbed Jo's fur all over a new stuffed bear and grabbed the blankie that she was with all day and it's in Radar's cage. Radar went mental! She was trying to decapitate the bear and then all of a sudden she started cleaning it and is now sleeping next to it on Jo's towel. Jo is in her cage cuddling with the Radar bear..... phew! I think I need a drink!
I'm going to try to start the bonding stuff after a couple of days of Jo getting used to being here. I don't want to overwhelm her. Jo did zoom around her cage and binky though... so I guess she likes her new digs.