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  1. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    It's so crazy!! I researched a lot on it when it first happened! Wich I totally understood, to a point, because her babies were 3 days old before she started chowing down on them! This second time, she was in a room, all to herself, nice space to hop in, and suddenly, no only were the second...
  2. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    The older babies are already old enough to eat on their own, yay! I have been watching them closely though, just in case. I can save all but one of the newborns from the Angora mommy. One was already passed when I found them this morning 😭 But! One of them was a little trooper and wiggled...
  3. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    I couldn't tell that my girls were pregnant with their first litters until the day they "popped"... Perhaps the bucks got a quick hump in before I managed to get them out? 🤔 My girls get put into a completely closed off burrow type hutch when they have babies. There is literally no possible way...
  4. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Hello! I have a question related to this thread, so...Here goes: Yesterday/today, my doe spit out 3 other babies!!:eek: Her first litter is now a month old (The little blind one, unfortunately, did not make it) My doe was NOT placed with a male. I like to give them a good 4-6 weeks break...
  5. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Oh cool... So pretty much getting around like a cat does. Haha. Learnt something new today!! I will deffinelty post pictuers later on when they are older. :D I am very proud of my little bun-buns
  6. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Obviously I will wait to rebreed her. :p her babies still drink from her on occation while learning the kibble, haha. Too much pressure (and unhealthy) if I wanted to breed her right now.
  7. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Alright. That kind of leads to a whole other question. Should I try breeding her again even though she had the two underdeveloped kits? She is a wonderful mom, I just don't want her to get messed up by having too many stillbirths/early death babies in her litters.
  8. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    She does on and off. Sometimes she'll jump right out of her fur, other times she'll lean into the touches. She explores the cage like she can see, like when I found her in the food dish, but I don't know if that is her "seeing" or getting around by smell. I love her, if I can figure out how to...
  9. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Hahaha. They are 19 days old today. The bigger one looks like he should be almost a month, imo. I am a little bit worried about the little spotted one, only for the fact I don't know if I can keep her. I'm hoping that she can actually see, despite the obvious cataract look. I don't know how...
  10. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    The brown on would not hold still!! I appologise for the uncomfortable position little bunny!!
  11. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    I'm certain it's obvious which one I'm talking about. Lol. I got pictuers of both so I can show the comparison. They are both lion heads. Mom and dad too. Vastly different from each other.
  12. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    They were born on the same day, yes. It's just their level of development, and size, that made me wonder.
  13. Aroomie

    Bunny litter

    Me again!! So... I have a question (obviously, all I have is questions :p). I have researched this a lot, and I get somewhere between confirming to hypothetical answers. The question is!! Can a rabbit mom have two different litters at two different stages of gestation? Reason for this...
  14. Aroomie

    Bunny chair?

    I deffiently think that I could try and make a combination of the both! Thicker fabric for more support and less chafing in places. I love these ideas. I still need to wait for little drop to be bigger, but she deffiently trucks around like nothing is wrong with her. Lol I put a pictuer of my...
  15. Aroomie

    Bunny chair?

    I just came back here to check on these (finally) and seriously... Most adorable thing ever! Do you think it could be reversed?? Or perhaps adding front wheels as well? The one baby, been calling her gum drop, has her full back leg but only little nubs on her front (the other back leg is...
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