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Ok so here is the thing, I am thinking of getting another bunny. Oreo was told to be a male but when I had him looked at again he was told to be a female. I am thinking of getting a male that I was told is neutered.
Now when it comes to bonding do you think a rescue would help me out on this area if Iapproached them. I tried ocne with two other bunnies and really ahd no success and I really would love to bond my Oreo.
But must run both my fur babies and my son need their dinner
Just make sure a vet checks the sex for you. Two months ago I wanted to get a bun friend for buttercup and I was told it was a boy. Turned out to be a girl and thats why buttercup was fighting with her all the time.