I'm new to bunny ownership but just adopted 2 cuties on Friday! Since they're still young (estimated age around 4-5 months), on the advice of the shelter vet, I'm continuing with unlimited hay and pellets, and beginning to introduce some veggies. Right now the veggies are just in very small portions as treats, but I'm going to move towards them being most of their diet eventually. Anyways, Strudel LOVES every taste of a fruit or veggie I've given them - romaine, carrot, bell pepper, apple, and banana* - but Cricket won't touch any of them. Any suggestions on how to get Cricket to try vegetables, when they share a living space? Or do I just need to wait and keep trying until they're more settled in? They seem really comfortable already, asking me for pets and exploring and playing with toys, but Cricket is a little skittish about being held. (They currently live in my guest bathroom but when they get good at using the litter box, they'll stay in an x pen in my kitchen while I'm at work and free-roam my apartment when I'm home.) I can also imagine, based on their behavior I've seen so far, once I start reducing pellets, that one or the other might eat most of the food. I don't work from home, so I can't sit there all day and see who is eating what exactly, and I wouldn't want to separate them all day while I'm at work in order to make sure they're each eating what they're supposed to. Thanks for any suggestions or tips you experienced bunny-owners can offer! *The reason I was trying so many things in just a couple days I've had them home is that I had to give them their post-neuter medicine and was trying to find something Cricket liked to make him ok taking the medicine, but couldn't find one.