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Its probably a peanut so it isn't fully developed so they don't live very long because their hearts aren't fully developed
You weaned it to soon they are spposed to ha e the option of being with mom for at least 2 months
Just sit by him and see if he will come willingly at any point and maybe try treats or food
Don't touch him to much and let him relax
See if the mom takes care of them if not interview as soon as possible and wean them whenever they are eating normal food which is around 6 to 7...
We usually wait an extra week to see if they are pulling or have has the babies
Yeah it depends on the rabbit
I love in Iowa I'm just on vacation
You can mix and you can try timothy pellets but they might have sticky poop but they eat that so its weird
I would get a bigger hay feeder and attach it to the outside of the cage and if you have a hutch drill holes in the hutch
Don't press on the stomach the bunny might abort the babies
I know right
I think it is either blue or lilac I ment lilac the first time
They are blacks then
It could be that but there are many other reasons like your scent
If the parents are related like from the same litter it can cause problems as while as bunnies with the dwarf gene so I would try another buck
I will never be vegan but I wouldn't eat anything like rabbit or frog
The third is a blue.I think the first is either an opal or a lavender and I'm not sure about the bigger one
Once it has its eyes open update and probably take it to the vet once it doesn't need its mom and are the parents siblings
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