Hi! I'm the current owner of four beautiful rabbits. My small collection contains two mixed dwarfs (both 1 year old) , one lop ear lionhead Holland mix (1 year), and a giant Flemish (turning a year the end of August). They are all de-sexed/altered. I'm currently having a bonding issue. ... And I never owned rabbits prior to this. My two dwarfs are from the same liter and were cage mates until about 6months of age, when they were altered due to hormonal aggression. Ever since then, it's been attack on site. I haven't even attempted to bond my Holland and Flemish as they were only supposed to be fosters. My current set up is that they are all housed in their own pen (4 feet long, and two feet wide; my Flemish is in a slightly larger pen). Each pen has two facing neighbours. I will switch my two dwarfs twice a week. I unfortunately do not do the same for the Holland and Flemish as they often stress from the change and will attack their neighbours through the bars; which they normally don't do with their current arrangement. My bonding plan so far is the following (*they meaning my two dwarfs): They seemed to pass the bathtub stage, as they just went to each side of the tub and ignored one another. Only sometimes coming into contact to groom. There have been some off days where they try to bite the hind quarters, but those are were few and far between. I believe I managed to come close to bonding my dwarfs after many days with them in the tub; as one day they were roaming my living room ignoring one another. Until one chased and bunny tornado the other. Panicked, I pulled them apart with my bare hands, which left me with a really deep cut. This has also left my scared with the idea of bonding. I'm worried that if they bunny tornado again, one of my dwarfs may end up severely hurt, or even killed. It's now been two months since that bunny attack, and I've been slowly regaining my confidence with bonding. I will often pick them both up and force them to sit side by side on my lap. They seem to not mind. Whenever I try to place them back into the tub. They will either try to attack, or groom. They now do not ignore one another. I have attempted to place them back into my living room. I will often place one on one end, and hold the other. Whenever I try to let them both roam, one will dart to the other. Fearing a bunny tornado, I will scoop one up. I can only assume this is hindering my bonding process, but I cannot bare to risk another attack. I'm currently moving and cannot spare room for my current set up. I do not want to rehome my little buns before giving this a fighting chance. Any advice, tips, or tricks are welcomed!