... and somehow my bunnies got out of their cages and spent the day together. The doe is not yet spayed. What are the chances she is pregnant? Their cages share a double door, so when one opens, they both open. I must not have latched it properly before work this morning so they had full access to each other and essentially the entire basement all day. Since his neuter, Skipper’s behaviour has noticeably changed. In the last couple weeks I have been letting them out together supervised while they eat their veggies. Skipper used to try and mount Piper pretty much constantly but that has all but stopped. Now, it’s usually Piper that will dig at Skipper (not sure what that means?) and then she sprays pee on or near him. So, I had quite a mess to clean up when I got home, but I’m feeling like at this point he’s no longer fertile, what are your thoughts? I should have gotten Piper spayed ASAP after confirming she was not pregnant after the last accidental breeding, but she was having the wheezing issues and I didn’t want to have her put under during that, and I also thought I would wait for Spring Break, so I could be home more to keep an eye on her during recovery. (I work in a school) Now I’m not sure if I need to wait another 35 days or if I can be reasonably confident that Skipper is infertile.