Actually, I tried puting her together with various chins for a few times for a couple of weeks. She does not start fighting them when she meets them. Instead, she grooms them! But after a few seconds of grooming, she's up to her tricks!
She would pretend to groom the fur on their body and then jump on their back, causing the other chin to jump in surprise. She will not let up and continue to do that for as long as she can, till the victimised chin hid in their hiding place. She does this to everyone, even those who are much bigger than her. (Some weighing twice her weight!!!)
When I got her as a baby, I was told by her previous owner that she would do that to her own father and also the surrogate mother and siblings too. Very naughty and dominant! She would throw tantrums when I catch her out of the cage and isolate her. She would thrash around in anger and refused to be carried.
Currently, she is sharing a 4 story super pet cage withmy whit mosaic male with a piece of acrylic sheet in the middle, separating them. It's hard getting her a partner this way. Most of my friend's chins would run the moment they smell her now! My White mosaic, Perry is very sweet or shall I say, tolerant to the extend of being non-chalent. He would allow her to jump on him and even step on his body when he's sleeping on his side!! All this without a sound of protest!
Sigh! My poor Brownie must be thinking why I never place her togaether with Perry for the last 3 days. But how to let her know that it's for her own good??? (She's currently in heat.) She's been trying to jump over the acrylic sheet to Perry's side whenever I open the top of their cage to feed them.