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I had Rascal and Valentine out today together in the pen. It was very easy and nothing happened. It was the most boring hour but worth it! lol Rascal always tries to get kisses but always gets rejected. Then he tries to groom her but she scurries away. Silly Valentine. She will get used to him eventually. I caught them this evening laying side by side in different pens but they were still pretty close to each other. I am wondering when to offer food to them together when they are out in the bonding pen? I don't want them to fight over food. Val is a bit of a piggy. haha I only offer water right now and then they just hop around in the pen. I want to take them out again sometime tonight to bond them. Living in a house with other people (especially a bratty sister) makes it hard. But I can force her out of that room. =P
I think it should only take a couple weeks to get them bonded. I am no expert at bonding though so I could be wrong. Val is playing the hard to get role. haha
Here they are at different sides of the pen:
More of Rascal and Valentine bonding time...This time in the bath tub: