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  1. T

    Bunny eating poop

    Guys my bunny just pooped, normal poop, the one we see everywhere not the ones that they usually eat. And she ate it!! Is that okay? why would she do that!
  2. Bvescobar

    Bunny

    I am very worried about my 5 year old rabbit. Everything has been good for the past two weeks , I switch him over from regular pellets to hay base pellets. Yesterday, he suddenly seems lethargic and I saw his poops have become hairy. He has not ate for 10 hours but he has been pooping, and...
  3. S

    Bunny Eating Wood Pellets

    This morning I changed out and cleaned my bun's litterbox and put in a new layer of pellets, I caught my bun eating wood pellets from his litter box. I tried to get it out of his mouth but he was NOT having it. His bowl was full of oxbow pellets and his hay was topped up, I don't know how long...
  4. cosmoluna

    really small droppings and won’t eat breakfast

    Hello everyone. I posted a thread yesterday asking about which digestive supplements might help my bunnies but got no answers. Today has been about the same as yesterday, with my buns both eating hay and greens. They will eat compressed hay bales, oxbow digestive health supplement, and greens...
  5. K

    Uneaten Cecotropes

    My Apollo has been acting strangely lately. He’s 4 months and he’s been flopping down, sleeping a little more and not always wanting to come out of his cage. I switched his pellets and he seemed to like them but now he doesn’t eat all of them like usual. Also his favorite snacks like blueberry...
  6. P

    Head tilting! Help please

    I noticed that my young bunny ( 4-5 weeks old) has been eating strangely. While eating pellets (only pellets, doesn’t seem to be happening while eating hay) she tilts her head up and to the right while chewing. Is this normal in baby bunnies or does she have tooth problem already or neurological...
  7. juki.ring

    Cute rabbit eats in the my garden

    Hi everyone My child is playing with my rabbit
  8. B

    Bunny likes chewing/eating paper towels - harmful?

    Hi everyone, My bunny loves chewing this bounty paper towel I dropped on the floor. He has plenty of chew toys (wood, cardboard, dig box, more sticks, etc). But, he's more into shredding the paper towel. Should I allow this to continue? I think it's more entertaining to him than any of the...
  9. Gelly

    Is a gravity water feeder with a carbon filter safe for bunnies?

    Happy 2020! I got one of those gravity feeders that dispense water and can hold a lot. My bunny drinks a lot of water but would tip over his bowls (he's an eager little thing) so I felt like this would solve both the problem of me having to keep refilling and prevent him from tipping. The water...
  10. Lois south

    Can rabbits eat callaloo?

    Hi Guys My neighbours, family friends and my parents have been giving me lots of callaloo also known as amaranth, that they have grown. I am up to my neck in it. Has anyone ever fed callaloo to their bunny before because I know that I can't finish it all on my own. Thanks
  11. allyxoxo

    Odd Behavior

    I have a five and half old female rabbit. Normally she always tries to run out of the cage to play whenever I go to give her food, and I let her run around the house for a few hours before putting her away. She had babies two weeks ago and she’s been feeding them and cleaning them. Today when I...
  12. CloverInTheField

    How’s many pellets should I feed my 10-11 week old rabbit?

    I have been feeding my 10-11 week lion head 1/4 of a cup a day since I’ve got her. I give it to her in the morning everyday. She has unlimited hay and water, the only thing restricted is her pellets as I heard unlimited pellets could cause problems later. Is this a good amount? Should I be...
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