In the wild, rabbits live in large colonies, so domestic bunnies normally prefer to live with another companion.
The best pairing would be a neutered male and a neutered female. Same sex pairings can work, but usually if the rabbits are from the same litter and are brought up together. Neutering in these cases is highly recommended to prevent fighting and dominant behaviour.
Pairing or bonding is best done by placing the rabbits in an unfamiliar surrounding, such as a friend’s house. Placing the pair in a bath tub and open top cage can help, as rabbits are more likely to comfort one another. If you’re lucky, the bonding may happen after one attempt, but be warned that it may take several attempts, so time and patience is necessary to make the bond successful.
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