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  1. Rosy

    identifying rabbits gender

    thank you for the link @zuppa. The problem is getting to that stage. They do not enjoy being held and will squirm out of my grasp when i pick them up. One of them will even flick his back legs as soon as hes back on the ground. Any tips?
  2. Rosy

    identifying rabbits gender

    Hi all. Two of my bunnies are around 8 weeks old and i would like to identify what sex they are. They are currently living together and obviously, if they are of opposite genders, i would not want a surprise litter. What is the best way to do this? What is the best way to hold them? I will post...
  3. Rosy

    Bunny Contest! - 'Rabbits outdoors' - Win a Prize!

    here is my entry of Timmy chilling on the grass. had a bunch of options and finally settled on this one... sorry, to see the whole photo, you have to open it.
  4. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    @JBun the mom is a bit aggressive. any tips? im going to try what you suggested.
  5. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    Yesterday, the poor little one that was bleeding passed away. i fed a bit of goat milk to the remaining babies last night. This morning, i came down and another baby was out of the nest! sadly he didnt survive. down to one kit. how do i ensure that he stays warm?
  6. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    @zuppa this is what ive done for the mom to give her more space. Ive also left the cage open so she can go in and out as she pleases. is this ok? again, this is temporary until i find something suitable.
  7. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    @zuppa here is a pic of the baby (4 weeks) bunnies enclosure. obviously, this is temporary
  8. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    @JBun I came down today and found that she had destroyed the fur on top of the babies and completely uncovered them. They were cold. And quite wrinkly. It doesn't look like she's taking care of them much, if at all. i tried putting mom with her older babies today. it started off well with...
  9. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    Yes i understand that the cage is too small. Thats why i would like to purchase a pen for them. Thanks for the link @Theo . @Augustus&HazelGrace thats a good idea but i think its too big for a litter box...its not that small, its just too small for the bunnies to live in.
  10. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    the cage shes in is 46.9 L x 22.8 W x 24 H in. What size pen is suitable?
  11. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    The other bunnies also werent so clean. They had clumps stuck to their tails. I removed them with a warm wet q-tip and it came off as a greenish color with black spots. on the other hand, when i cleaned the third little guy, it was a dark brown.
  12. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    here is a photo of the setup for now. the gray box is the nest box while the blue box is the litter pan. yes, she has been living with her older babies until now. I have put them in a different enclosure for now. The nest is in the cage but she keeps messing with it and uncovering the little...
  13. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    @Julie&Bunnies it doesnt look like an injury to me. it is constantly coming from his genitals in little droplets. i have cleaned it off but it has returned. it also glues his legs together :o. its a big job to get off
  14. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    at first, i thought the brown stuff was just stuck but after i removed it, little droplets kept on coming... his legs also got stuck to it and now they look a bit strange... i will post pics of everything as soon as i can.
  15. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    @majorv is there any way to prevent dry skin? or any way to help it get better?
  16. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    Thank you for responding @zuppa! i made the hay nest with fur. the blanket was on the bottom of all that. the problem is that she dumped it all out (including the babies!) and most of the fur is now gone or unusable. do you think its safer to keep the babies out and just leave them in for...
  17. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    another detail: his skin has become kinda scaly. Why is this?
  18. Rosy

    newborn baby bleeding? stuck! help pls!

    one of my newborn babies (about 17 hours old) has a sticky dark colored thing (blood?) on his bottom causing him to become stuck! he got fur and hay attached to him and now he is stuck to the blanket that i put into the nestbox! he is also a bit cold and i need to warm him up. how can i detach...
  19. Rosy

    help!!!!! baby bunnies

    i removed the babies as soon as i saw that the mom gave birth. One little one looks like he has blood on him. Im not sure what it is! S/he is sticking to things cuz of the blood or whatever it is. Is this dangerous? There is fur that got stuck and also the blanket i put in the nest box! How do...
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