Hello Everybun, for quite a while I have been using the site for help, suggestions and advice, which has helped until now. I've decided to join because I am at my wits end. I've had a number of bunnies over the years but this beast is testing my patience. Bosley is large French lop buck with a bad attitude. I've had him a year now, hes vet checked healthy and eats well. He generally lives in the conservatory, spolit rotten trying to make him happy. I let him into the garden for a good run twice a day. He was neutered at 6months in the hope he would be less aggressive, didn't work. I am lucky he doesn't chew, he doesn't make a mess, not more than most but hes the most grumpy anti-social bunny I have EVER met. You cannot handle him, neither can the vets. You cannot stroke him. Sit by him all day he'll ignore you! In my wisdom and as he has taken to sleeping by a mirror I thought, hey he must be lonely! Welcome Bluebell 4month french lop, not yet spayed and now delayed due to Covid. She is in a hutch, and also let out daily...separately to him. Though they must smell each other. I spoke to the vet he said let them see each other, neutral ground in separate pens. After the battle of getting him in there he stomps, growls and goes for her. She is not interested in his tantrums but now stomps too. It's only been 1 week, early days I know but at this rate I'll be rehoming him if anyone would dare take him! I dont want her to be as bad as he is, any suggestions please?