Trios...hmmm yeah. Well, they are harder to accomplish and maintain than just a pair bond. If you take in the rabbit, don't take it under the assumption that it will for sure bond with the other two. You may end up having to have one pair and then a single bunny, depending on how everyone gets along. How things work out really depends a lot on the individual rabbits.
The dynamics can be confusing in a trio. The bonding technique is much the same as with a pair but you are dealing with more rabbit relationships. You have to be careful, because introducing another rabbit to the mix sometimes has undesirable effects. I've heard of people who tried to make a trio and instead had their original pair start fighting and unbond.
I have a trio now, but I doubt I'll ever have another one. I think I'd much rather stick to just bonded pairs. I've had more issues with my trio then I ever had with a pair and the trio was much harder to bond than any pair I've ever dealt with.
The bunny doesn't sound all that bad to me either. I would get her spayed first thing, if you do decide to take her.
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