This is a long story, but a typical one. My lovely husband purchased me a bunny after very little discussion on the subject. Then we wanted her to have company and bought her a dwarf galpal who turned out to be male! Both are now 6 months old and altered, with the goal of bonding them as soon as the hormones settle a bit. Our house is not bunny-proofable AT ALL so they are in separate large-ish cages during the day and have separate x-pen time at night. I realize this is not ideal, but we are working on moving ourselves this spring, now even the Husby has begun to look at houses with suitable, bunny-proofable rooms! My only issue at the moment is my big girl, Clementine, doesn't want to be picked up for the transfer to or from the x-pen. She was just spayed on Monday (today is Friday) and she was not sent home with pain meds So I don't know whether she's still grumpy from the surgery or if this is a new trend. Honestly, I've kept her confined in her cage since then, but I'll need to clean her cage very, very soon! She previously shunned the idea of the litter box, hoping the spay will help with that. Any thoughts? Advice?