We adopted Cocoa Puff from the local animal shelter (already had the name, we like it!). She is a 4 mo. old lop who is being spayed tomorrow and we are to pick up in the afternoon. She is from a litter that was seized due to neglect and several littermates died; all the others were adopted. already or we would have adopted 2 together. Meanwhile, I saw some Dutch buns at the feed store. You know where this is going, right? I think Cocoa Puff needs a pal, shelter folks say she got along great with her littermates and now she's alone. And I have fond memories of a Dutch who lived at a place I worked in college-- neat perky personalities. So I feel the need to break down and go back to the feed store next week to see if there are any Easter "leftovers"... Thought if possible I would opt for a male. My hutch is actually 2 cages next to eachother with one roof. Was thinking that I would put them in the cages next to eachother and later if they like one another, take out the partition so they can live together. Good idea? Ideas on introducing them? I have a a roll of woven wire I'm going to use to make a little exercise area in the grass, that might be my best bet for putting them together to see if they might co-habitate peacefully.