For a more interactive learning approach, you might also want to download my OUTRAGE Prediction & Management Interactive Software . I think it’s wonderful – with the help of Australian programming experts, I managed to create software that would give a client the same advice I’d have given if I were there. But it’s labor-intensive (you have to answer a lot of questions about what’s going on). It never sold well, and in 2009 I got permission from my Australian co-owners to make it available as shareware on this website. Even for free it gets less use than I think it deserves. Several reviews of the software have been published; check out Spin doctors may be obsolete (May 1999) by Tim Radford, or We can work it out with Outrage (May 1999) by Duncan Graham-Rowe, or Running risk of public outrage (June 1999) by Joanna Pitman.
Both sexes may mount each other. Although mounting can escalate into circling, which could develop into a little fight, mounting usually dissipates after the first week and is only for the sake of asserting dominance. It is important to allow the rabbits this very important part of their courtship. Be watchful of backwards mounting, though. We have had a couple of serious nips in one's most vital areas! If your rabbits are mounting each other a lot, instigating fights, stop them, place them side by side. Pet them together and talk to them quietly. Do not let much chasing ensue.
(6) Many times, fighting cats are at odds with each other over territory. Provide a "sanctuary" for each of the cats. An area where each one already spends most of their time, but make it a safe haven with a little cat bed, a food and water dish for that particular cat, and its own litter box. Yes, it is possible that they will to some extent use another cat's area, but most cats really prefer a little place they can call their own. I have multiple cats in my household and I can predict with very high certainty where each one is most of the time.