Luring Chiquito into the small cage in the morning? No longer a problem. He goes willingly, knowing it means Lolita will be joining him. And it's not until she's removed from the large cage in the afternoon that he squeaks indignantly, demanding to be let out.
Peeling Lolita off Paul to leave her in the large cage? No longer necessary. She hops onto the ledge and runs around the perimeter to join Chiquito. If he gets too rough she just pulls away and waits for him to settle down.
Chiquito snatched a mamoncino fruit out of Lolita's hand the other day when I took them a mid-morning treat (her one apparently being more desirable than his two), but he also shares. Lolita doesn't get the full range of fruit he does because some of it gives her loose stools, but I've seen her happily munching on a piece of papaya that came from his breakfast bowl.
Nevertheless, there's no place like mom during an afternoon storm.