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Theo & Benny had it out yesterday and there was a LOT of fluff hanging round where they'd attacked each other. Theo is orange and Benny is brown so I was able to roughly estimate that they both gave as much as they got.
So last night I seperated them with a clear barrier so they could still see each other, and ut both their litterboxes against the barriercause they hang out in them most of the time. I've got them together again now, in a much smaller space...hopefully forcing them to bond.
Any advice or suggestions? I obviously checked both of them for bite marks but couldn't see anything.
Hi! Gosh I am sorry to hear about the fight. It sounds like you've done a good job so far post-fight. Since these two are having quite big spats, have you thought about using the L-shaped x-pen set up for bonding? That way if they do get into another tiff one or the other can get away?
X-pen bonding set-up (L-shape) http://www.binkybunny.com/Default.a...stid=31999
X-pen bonding experience http://www.binkybunny.com/Default.aspx?tabid=54&forumid=11&view=topic&postid=41219