I currently live alone with my bunny in a one bedroom apartment. When I’m home, he’s completely free roam, but when I’m not, I put a very big x-pen around his play area (which has lots of soft things to sit on and a lot of space). I live in California and the weather can get super warm, but I leave the AC on for him when I’m out, so he’s never hot. I work 8-4 daily (his general sleepy time) and spend nearly all of my off-the-clock time at home with my bunny (I’m a huge homebody in general, and I miss him dearly when I’m away from home). We cuddle a lot and have a great bond. He binkies nearly every morning after getting his breakfast and flops about a dozen times a day. I give him fresh produce daily (in addition to fresh unlimited hay) and filtered water. I make and buy him natural toys that he loves to chew and throw around. In short, most people who meet him think he has a wonderful life, and I’m inclined to agree…excluding the fact he’s a solo bunny. I have a lot of reasons that I’m hesitant, if not outright unwilling, to get a second bunny. I’ll list them below. -I’m mildly allergic to my bunny and strongly allergic to pretty much any kind of hay. I combat this by keeping my apartment meticulously clean/vaccumed (hay/hay dust/hair). I also use an inhaler. But it’s a LOT of effort for even just one bunny to keep my allergies under control. I’m scared getting a second rabbit would impact my health and drive me insane with absolute constant cleaning. My bunny sheds like crazy and I can’t imagine that being doubled. -My bunny is ridiculously well-behaved by bunny standards. Never, ever bites, super sweet/affectionate, not timid at all (loves to curiously sniff my guests and solicit petting) and doesn’t ever chew my beloved coffee table, which I consider a minor miracle (it’s wood and he just flops under it daily). He’s not at all a destructive chewer - overwhelmingly sticks to his toys and hay. I’m scared I’ll end up with a destructive or somehow ill-behaved second rabbit. I’m also scared such a second bunny might negatively influence his behavior and ruin our peaceful/happy status quo. I’ve had two friends with bunnies and both seemed to think his behavior was not the norm (particularly the lack of chewing my wood stuff). -My landlord has a one pet only policy. Now, I THINK I could get him to revise this if I really convinced/pushed him. He’s seen how well behaved my bunny is many times (e.g., he’s just flopping around and not peeing everywhere or chewing the baseboards). I’m also concerned about future living situations. It seems like most landlords are much more open to a single pet than 2+. But in general, my landlord might not cave and getting a second bunny might not even be up to me. Of course, I have additional concerns like cost, certain bunny-only diseases getting caught (head tilt really scares me), etc. But overall, I just seem to have a “it doesn’t seem broken…do I really need to fix it?” mentality. It seems like most bunny blogs/rescues act like there’s no choice to be made here and a second bunny is necessary. But I don’t know, because my bunny seems perfectly happy to me! I’d like some advice.