Hi all, I’ve been looking online, and on the forums on here for some information but with no success, so I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this. I have 3 girls - Poppy, 3, and Milly, and Moo, both 6 months. Milly and Moo were introduced to Poppy when they were 8 weeks old, following Poppy’s cage match - Twitch, sadly having to be put to sleep. The introduction went well, and soon they were all happily sharing the same cage. Milly seemed more confident than Moo, and it took me longer to hand tame her, she was also reasonably smaller than Milly - even though they were from the same litter. Within a couple of weeks, Milly was running out of the cage to explore, and liked to sit on my shoulder with Poppy, but Moo would just pop her head timidly out the cage. She wasn’t nervous whilst she was in the cage with her mates though, and they were all getting along fine, it was just anything outside the cage that she seemed nervous of. But eventually, she got used to my hand being in the cage, and now comes out to explore - it does still take her a while to pluck up the courage, and any sudden noise or movement will send her scurrying back into the cage, unlike the other two. She’s also caught up in size with Milly, and she’s definitely less nervous of me and her surroundings, but she is still quite skittish. On the whole they all get along well, with no signs of aggression so far, but recently, Moo has started taking food out of Poppy’s mouth and hands when she’s eating - sometimes quite forcefully. For example, if I give them all a treat, Moo will either eat hers first, then go for Poppy’s. Or, put hers in the corner of the cage, and head directly for Poppy’s. I first noticed this behaviour a couple of months ago, but Poppy wouldn’t give up the food, and Moo would quickly give up, at this point it was only happening occasionally so I didn’t think anything of it. But now it’s happening a lot more, and with Poppy being an older lady now, Moo always manages to overpower her. I’ve never seen her attempt this with Milly, and likewise - Milly doesn’t show that behaviour towards Poppy. I’m not sure what to make of this, but it is worrying me, it’s horrible to see - the poor thing, she’s a gentle old girl - she loves to cuddle up with you because she wants you to pet her, but sadly she is showing signs of getting weaker. Thank you so much for any advice anyone has.