A neutered male would be an idea companion for your female...you would have
to bond them. Keep them in separate cages for a short time so they each get
used to the other's scent. Then introduce them in a controlled neutral area.
Some try putting them in the bath tub, but it has to be an area that your
Sasha hasn't claimed as her territory.
They will try tousling and vying for top bunny status, but don't let them
After they bond, yes, you can keep them in the same cage.
Here is a sight about bunny bonding
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I have to agree with you! I think all bunnies should have a bunny
companion...unfortunately, Misha our four year old angora doesn't
agree....we got him a year old boy...I know..I should have that a
girl..but this little mini lop was about to be put under at the spca and
I HAD to save him..both are neutered...but misha hates him...misha
totally thinks of everything as his space..so poor mauli has to live in
a big pen for his protection!!! He does get to run around though...we
have tried bonding...had a couple of huge fights..mostly misha biting
and mauli protecting himself..now Misha will tolerate him at times but
can't be trusted to not nip Mauli...so they can not be left alone
together! I thought that misha would like a friend when he was home
alone during the day..but more often than not when I come home Misha is
in the other room under the bed...as far away from mauli as possible!!
But on the plus side....they now eat breakfast side by side separated by
I keep hoping misha will accept him but it's been 6 months..I won't get
rid of mauli..he's adorable and very good..but I feel sorry for him
because he just wants to play and misha always growls at him.