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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-17-2009, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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We want to get a new rabbit, so me and my sister have been looking on craigslist and found baby rex rabbits. Well, as most of you know we have Sunny, a 2 year old Himalayan. Well, I was wondering, will they get along fine? We don't plan both of them in the same cage, but we do plan on them getting floortime at the same time each day, like we do Sunny. Will they be friends? Also, the Rex's are 7 weeks, if that helps.

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Okay, the women called back, and said they're all boys, so my mom is gonna go around and look for neutering. Will it be a problem if one is a boy and sunny is a girl?

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If they are both fixed, they should be fine together! Some adult animals tend to take better to younger animals, because they are automatically dominant over the baby, so it might acually work better that way. I hope they get along



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Thanks That's the answer i've been looking for
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perhaps fostering a rabbit first would be a good idea to ensure that he/she gets along with your bunny. You can usually foster animals through your local humane society/ spca. If the rabbits don't get along, then you can try with a different bunny until you've found one that suits the rabbit you have.Also, as im sure you know, rabbits thrive in pairs and it would be a shame to have two rabbits that you need to keep separated.


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There's no guarantee (for example, I currently have two rabbits who absolutely don't get along with others, including each other) but usually if both rabbits are fixed, it works out (but it might take a while). Since one will be a baby, it should make things go smoother .




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