A problem with a leaf has no relavance to that of a bunny. Bunnies get tumors and cancer. Any wound on a bunny could become very serious, bunnies don’t manifest skin issues from a person that’s ill.
Everyone wants to help and obviously you do too
The best advice is to see a vet tumors are just...
I had a bunny with a pink lump that grew took the bunny to the vet and it was cancerous luckily they were able to remove the entire thing and in the life of the bunny it never grew back. So you just never know anything strange should be checked by the vet
Spaying should make a huge difference as well as the playpen.
One of my bunnies chewed the cable wire and knocked out the WiFi to the entire street.
I rescued a beautiful bunny who nips me a lot I am trying to train her out of it. Bunnies take some patience but the rewards can be great.
There is either something in the wall or he could be having small seizures
I would take him for a vet check.
Bunnies hearing is incredible and my bunnies stomped like crazy one night, there was a prowler outside
There is one huge thing a lot of people don’t realize ;
though we see our bunnies awake during the day they are most active at night because they are nocturnal.
After your bunny is fixed she might not dig, though digging is one of her natural habits .
Whenever I clean one of my bunnies areas...
I use old newspapers in the bottom of litter with fresh hay on top
If changed everyday there is no smell and it’s a quick process for 3 bunnies I get over half a bale of hay a month at a cost of $10
Newspapers are free from stores who have leftovers that didn’t sell
You should definitely wait for a while until she is completely healed
Introduce them slowly if there is any chasing you can put them in a small carrier take them for a ride so they reach out to each other for comfort slowly increasing the size of their area until they are fully bonded
I would definitely bring her to a vet usually exotic vets have more knowledge about rabbits
I would also get them fixed there are so many bunnies in rescues that never get a home.
Plus your bunnies are more likely to get several different kinds of cancer