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I read so often that bunnies do better in pairs, and I often wonder if Quincy would be happier if he had a friend. However, there are major cons to me having a second rabbit: My place is small, I don't have a lot of money, and my work keeps saying they'll send me on travel a lot (even if it doesn't actually happen).
Quincy is a hyper, mischievous thing and I wonder if he is too independent to even want a friend. But sometimes I feel bad that I can't always keep up with his antics and I occasionally work long hours.
How did you all decide when it was time for another bun? Am I being mean to him by keeping him as an only child? Did you find that it became much more difficult to pay/care for a second furry friend?