fighting female lops

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fighting female lops

Post by Stephen H Reil » Thu, 04 Feb 1999 04:00:00



my two female dwarf lops Amber & Honey have not yet been spayed but
they have already started fighting at 4 months old.  It happened
after we had a visit from another female lop (Poppy).  Could the
different scent have caused them to be jealous?  

They share the same cage and one morning I went to see them and the
cage was full of fur.  They come into the house for a play everyday,
I'm wondering wether to get them a cat toy in case they are bored
with each others company.

I was going to get them spayed so they would calm down a little and
maybe not fight with each other, they don't like being cuddled yet either.

Paula D.
England

 
 
 

fighting female lops

Post by MoxShorP » Sat, 06 Feb 1999 04:00:00


It could have been due to smelling the other bunny, but they are at the age
when the hormones kick in and can cause some territoriality and fighting.  Keep
a close eye on them until they are spayed so they don't play too rough:)
Kris
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SPCA, Tonawanda, NY.    We may have just the right rabbit companion for you.