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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > Housing two bunnies separately
Last Post by DanaNM at 12/06/2018 10:15 AM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline Sophie Leah
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12/06/2018 2:42 AM
After spaying, my bonded girls have un-bonded and I need to house them separately for a while before we start the rebonding process.

They were housed in a 4x3 c&c pen, but since the fighting has started I've had to halve it so now they don't have enough room imo.

Has anybody got any pics of their setups housing two bunnies individually? Would love some inspo!

User is Offline Asriel and Bombur
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12/06/2018 4:54 AM
A lot of people use NIC grids. You can usually divide them in half and create multiple levels. Buns tend to really like them. You could also do x-pens one for each girl.

User is Offline DanaNM
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12/06/2018 10:15 AM
I second building up. Mine live in a 4 level cube grid condo, but I was planning for my two to not bond at one point. My plan was to give one bun levels 3 and 4 (with a tunnel ramp down for play time), and the other levels 1 and 2. Also was conisidering more of a town house, where they both had all the levels, but less space on each one. I'm a bit limited on floor space though, so the double-decker made more sense in my space.

One tip to prevent nipping through the bars without having to have a buffer is to line whatever material you use with 1/4" hardware cloth (it's a square wire mesh). It's usually used in rabbit hutches, and they wont be able to nip through it.
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