Hi everyone, I could use some objective advice on this situation. My own bunny Ula died in the summer due to old age and many separate but interrelated issues that started to manifest in her elderbun years. After a good chunk of time mourning her, we decided to foster a bunny through a local rescue. We now have in our care a young, active, super friendly bunny who seems to enjoy it here for the most part (she binkies often) and we quite enjoy having her around too. But she seems bored. I've given her a ton of toys (balls, wood chews, paper towel rolls, hay cubes, you name it) tunnels, new areas in the house to explore (she's housed in an x-pen at night and then let out for most of the day into a larger area) but she is still destructive and chews the carpet and just seems like she wants more. Someone applied to adopt her, and it would be in hopes of bonding her to their own rabbit. I've said early on since fostering her that she'd benefit from having a constant companion to play and snuggle with (she's a snuggler - will flop in front of me for belly rubs). So this is an ideal situation. But I'm having a hard time dealing with the thought of letting her go. I can't have a second rabbit in my home, so if I adopt her myself, it will just be human friends. Any advice on this? It's hard for me to be objective because I'm so close to her and the situation. I know in my heart a friend would be better, but I'd also like to be that friend. Thanks.