YES you can, providing you do it slowly because one could become quite territorial. If you can hold the newest one or 2nd one in your arms or leave it in the cage gently putting it closer to the body of #1 or in his cage you will find out in a hurry if they can get along, IF they fight you may have to put them in seperate unseen rooms but If they are both very young your chances are good, they become buds Bless you
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