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Date Posted: 12:07:04 04/25/03 Fri
Author: Desiree
Subject: Re: Male chins
In reply to: Barbara 's message, "Male chins" on 03:25:23 10/01/02 Tue

I'm wondering, you informed you that two chinchillas of the same sex shouldn't be kept together? Many people, including myself, have kept two male chinchillas (or two females) together with hardly any problems. The key thing is the introduction. I have two chins an older male and a 6 month old male and they are perfectly fine together in their cage. One thing to keep in mind though is to make sure one chin is not hogging most of the food although a simple answer to this deliemma would be to put out two bowls.

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