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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BONDING > Single vs Multiples and Forum Etiquette
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The bonding section is for giving advice and instruction, (and empathy), for those who have taken on the challenge of multiple bunnies. We hope that single bunny owners can learn from others' experiences here as they consider making the important commitment to more than one bunny.  BinkyBunny welcomes all types of families, and should a single bunny owner decide to remain that way, we want them to feel supported in their decision. It is our experience that many bunnies thrive in a single bunny household. There are so many bunnies in shelters, and having a forever loving and enriching home with a caring human is a wonderful gift - (both for human and bunny). We appreciate the advice, encouragement, and support provided in the bonding section, but we never want any member to feel pushed or shamed for having a single bunny. We ask our members to continue to respect each other and any decisions made.

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