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Breeding lops and sharing cage????

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Hello! I have a bonded pair of holland lops, they are actually sisters, I am looking to breed one of them for the first time here in a few weeks. My question is since they are bonded and currently sharing a cage can they continue to share their cage during this time? Any advice and tips are welcome! Thank you! Here is a pic of the most beautiful lops you'll ever see 😉[IMG]
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My first pic didn't load so here she is ❤️

Edited by 5770amber - 10/28/15 at 5:50am
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Here is our indoor cage.
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Any breeders out there?
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I would be worried about them getting along even afterwards. Why do you want to breed them?
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I want to breed each of them once. Also is it normal for them to hump each other?
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Yes that is hormonal behaviour for girls, that is how they show who's boss. Sadly girls might start to fight when they are older, even if they are sisters. They seem like pets to me so if you plan on rehoming their babies you will have a hard time finding *good* homes for them... Please think about this and decide if you really want this, the rabbit's interest should be on place one
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