Absolutely! It''s life a happy and fulfilled one. Rabbits in the wild live in big the 1 last update 2020/07/14 groups and are very sociable animals, so it makes sense that they should live with at least one other bunny friend! Once you have witnessed a bonded pair of rabbits interact together, it''s body signals, and play, groom, relax, eat together and look out for each other.Absolutely! It''s life a happy and fulfilled one. Rabbits in the wild live in big groups and are very sociable animals, so it makes sense that they should live with at least one other bunny friend! Once you have witnessed a bonded pair of rabbits interact together, it''s body signals, and play, groom, relax, eat together and look out for each other.
Which pairing of rabbits is best?
The best and easiest pairing is a neutered male and a spayed female. It is possible to have any pairing of males and females, especially if they''t just get one neutered or it will lead to one calm bunny and one over-amorous, frustrated bunny!
I have a pair of rabbits but they have started to fight!
In the wild, rabbits in groups all trust each other, but those from other groups eg. from neighbouring fields may fight with rabbits which they don''s the same with domestic rabbits - they all need to learn to trust each other.
House Plan Tax Calculatorhow to House Plan Tax Calculator for Billy and Lily were both from different rescues, Lily was shy and found it hard to trust Billy at first. He would come bounding over to her to play and she''bonded''t really buy one at all. It is becoming more widely known that rabbits that live in groups or pairs are so much happier, those that live alone can easily become bored, lonely and depressed. Imagine sitting on your own all day with no other humans to talk to for the rest of your life - you'' different dietary, living and medical needs. Both rabbits and guinea pigs need company of their own kind.
I have one rabbit and want to get him/her a rabbit friend
Fantastic and good on you! Contact your local rescue (Click here to search for your nearest one) and they will help you and give great advice. Some rescues allow you to bring your exising pet bunny along for a '' where you can let your rabbit choose which one he gets on with the best! Some of the best pairings work this way. To your bunny, looks, size and age don''t bond with another bunny. Don''dates''t assume your rabbit doesn''s side! If after trying hard (and your bunny just isn''ll have to give her even more attention! Keeping your single bunny indoors as a house rabbit will help her get the company and interaction bunnies need. Whatever happens, rabbits need lots of love and company, whether it be bunny or human :)