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Bean's little mane is so cute!! Good luck with him! I got lucky with my bun... when there is another bun around him (or my guinea pig, which is in love with him), he tolerates them very well. The guinea pig follows him everywhere and the bun just doesn't care.
Guinea Pig's are SOOOO lovely. I read so many things that say not to pair a rabbit & and a piggy, and yet when I was younger it was thought to be an ideal pairing. (we had a winnypig called Lizzie, & from what i remember she used to poop in an upturned milkcrate). Is your piggy litter trained? (no don't tell me, as I'll end up having to go and get another friend for the Bum!! ) I had a mouse who used to live in with my rats, QUITE happy they all were. Was quite a sight when Egg and William (little boy mouse) had babies. The rats took on mothering these things that looked like "cockles" and they'd all curl up together.
My piggie isn't litterbox trained, but when he's in my rabbits cage, he only seems to pee in the bun's box. Who knows.