I haven't had a rabbit since I was 14 (I'm 38) and I only had one. I just got Nyx, a 5-month-old Flemish Giant, on September 2nd. I stupidly thought that maybe since she was big she'd get along with my dogs, but immediately my problem dog bit at the carrier when I brought her in. She's 11 pounds and my cats are terrified of her. So far she loves to nuzzle my hand and lets me pet her and kiss her face. She hates being picked up, so if she's out I have to lure her back to her cage and then sorta shove her back in. She's not spayed yet but my vet thought I should wait a few months to do so. So I brought home another rabbit last Sunday and her behavior with this one is bizarre. Moya is 5 and had been living in an outside hutch until her owners decided to give her away. She's perfect. She's almost completely litter trained, lets me hold her, and is very sweet. I'm assuming she is also not spayed. The first time they saw each other, Nyx shoved herself into the carrier with Moya and squished her, which Moya was fine with. Then she started humping her so I separated them; she's so big when she humps you can't see Moya at all. I've had them housed and playing separately, however they seem to go back and forth as to their interest in each other. Sometimes they sniff noses, and Nyx looks like she's licking her. Other times they're trying to bite and kick each other through the bars. In between I will find them lying side-by-side, with one on each side of the cage bars all spread out, like they want to be close to one another. I guess I'm not sure how to proceed. I just bought them new large exercise pens that I'm going to set up so that they each have more room. I figure if they start to get along at some point I can combine them into one big pen, but at this point am only semi-hopeful of this. Moya mostly seems to be submissive but definitely bites/kicks back (through the bars) when she gets tired of Nyx's crap. Nyx is very alpha and also more than twice the size of Moya, so I'm hesitant to let them out together at this point. Thank you in advance for any suggestions.