First post/thread here! I really need help, since I'm very conflicted. Last Friday (it's Tuesday as I write this) I adopted a female rabbit (unsure of the breed, she's white with floppy ears and is very soft and fluffy, looks like a lionhead but not quite so I'm assuming mixed) and named her Angel because she's VERY friendly. I've only had her 4 days but she's so calm and relaxed (she's 3 and a half years old, poor thing was stuck in the adoption bit for two months ) Anyway, my question is this; can I keep her on her own? My friend at school (I graduate this year) keeps insisting that "all rabbits need to have a partner unless there's a health reason" which I know isn't true since I've seen plenty of people keep one rabbit alone and the rabbit seems fine. Angel was originally with another bunny called Coco, but he started to pick on her/bully her when her eye went funny and started streaming (blocked tear duct I'd assume), so the people in the adoption place had to split them up. The lady we talked to said Angel ("Pinky" at the time) was perfectly happy on her own and she really seemed like it too- not acting depressed, playing with her toys, eating/drinking normally, etc. At home she's only been here a few days but is very friendly and again shows no real signs of stress. Body language always shows that she's relaxed or curious, plays with her jingly ball and her hay toys, seems very happy. I only want what's best for my bunny (I've been wanting rabbits for years), but if she's not depressed/uncomfortable/etc I don't really see why I should try and convince my parents to let me get a second rabbit to bond her with if that makes sense... Angel lives in my room, and during the day & night she stays in her big indoor cage, but in holidays, at weekends and whenever I'm not asleep or at school she gets free range of my room. Plus I love her with all my heart and play with her/stroke her/brush her every day after school & before school. If she isn't showing any signs of depression and seems very happy, is getting her a bunny friend still an absolute must? At the rescue place she got split up from her friend since he was bullying her and was housed on her own for two months.