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Date Posted: 20:18:56 10/15/03 Wed
Author: FyreFaerie
Subject: Chin Siblings and their new house

I have a brother and a sister who just moved into a new habitat. They are 9 months old.

The female loves her wooden house while the male explores the hammock, but recently he has taken I liking to blocking her in the house with his... well.. butt. When she's in there, asleep or awake, he'll park his rear end in the entrance so she can't see out. She usually is too sleepy to care, but on occasion she squabbles with him when he forces his rear end in too far.... :) They both fit perfectly fine into the house at the same time - they do it occasionally.

As amusing as it is, I don't think it's normal chin behaviour... maybe it is? Which is why I'm asking for help. Should I live and let live, get a bigger house, manage another hole (or remove one side of the house)? Any help is appreciated. :)

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