The fence is removed, just before breakfast.
The need to regain and explore hitherto forbidden territory trumps salad, Tyler hops into the inner sanctum where Amelia has been holed up. Amelia high tails it into the kitchen.
Amelia contemplates the bridge to nowhere.
Not wanting Sydney and Amelia to meet in the larger part of the house I herd Amelia back to her room where Tyler has been examining the changes she has made in his castle.
Sydney quickly follows.
There are, as you can surely understand no pictures of what follows. Amelia chases Tyler around and around the castle, the two have a dust up, fur flies, I croak out some sounds that might have been "hey, hey, hey" or even "hay, hay, hay", and spray them with water (OK so the nozzle was on mist and I don't think they even notice). Tyler breaks free and flees. Amelia seems a bit shaken. Unsure whether to assuage the feelings of the Spots of comfort the younger rabbit, I decided to stay with Amelia, she responds well to pets.
I replace the fence and in less than two minutes everybun is having breakfast as if nothing had happened.
Later Amelia watches while I pet Tyler, she cocks her ear quizzically having previously thought I was all hers.
Tyler pushes his nose in for approval while Sydney requests dominance certification.
The girls chat amiably through the fence.
Next time I will be sure feeding is established before removing the fence, maybe that way they will be in a more accepting mood. Usually while the Spots eat nothing bothers them. Next time I'll be more ready...........