Question by  rush2112 (18)

Can I put two male rabbits in the same cage?


Answer by  ofnik (409)

No, it is not recommended to do so, this is because male rabbits are territorial and would attack the other one (when they are mature).


Answer by  KWags1977 (427)

You can only do this when they are a few months old, generally 3 to 5 months old. They will get very territorial and they will fight with each other trying to be the most dominate male. Eventually one of them will kill the other one and it will not be something you want to experience.


Answer by  rabbitlover (99)

Generally, no. Unneutered male rabbits can only be kept in the same cage until they're 3 months old. Get them neutered if you want to keep them together longer.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Yes you can. Just make sure you watch them right away to make sure if they get along. If they do not get along they will fight viciously.


Answer by  vto (226)

Two male rabbits int he same cage would be a very bad idea. They will fight with each other often trying to be the most dominate male. I would stick to only one male in the cage.


Answer by  HelpfulMal (539)

If they are VERY young, they're alright together. However, once rabbits hit maturity (around 3-5 months), they need to be separated, or they will fight for territory and kill/maul.


Answer by  mnmas (238)

I have heard both yes and no answers to this question. Once met someone who had males in the same cage together for years, then one killed the other.

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