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  1. Sophie.k2002

    Pooping so little and won't eat hay

    My bun started pooping less since two days ago. I fed him the usual medication (pineapple juice and some edible vax) for hairball but it didn't change much. He'll eat his pellets or greens but his hay. I put the hay in several other bowls and places,But he won't touch it. For some reason he...
  2. Lola56

    Help! Cat attack

    Hi everyone, unfortunately yesterday I had a neighbours cat get in and jumped into the rabbits pen, and jumping out with one of the 6 week old babies. Before any obvious harm was done I was able to frighten the cat to drop the bunny. Yesterday he was in shock, I put him on a hot water bottle in...
  3. Claire3688

    GI Statis

    Hi all my 3 year old bunny Peter was lethargic and not eating on Sunday evening, we took him to the vets first thing Monday morning who said he was showing symptoms of statis. We have been giving his prescribed medicine but he’s showing not much sign of improvement. he has not been as mobile...
  4. Season

    Food advice needed for weight gain....

    Hi everyone... I rescued my bun about 3 months ago. He is approx 4 yrs old as per the rescue (however we think he is older) and has chronic dental issues. He has his incisors trimmed regularly as well as his back teeth are done. I brought him to the vet when I first adopted him (March) he...
  5. Erika Lower

    Edgar wont eat his hay and pellets please help

    My rabbit, Edgar, is a dwarf lionhead who is 4 years old. He has stopped eating his hay and pellets which is unusual because he goes crazy for them. He does still eat kale and treats. I called the vet and they said to not feed him any kale and he should eat the hay and pellets. It’s been two...
  6. F

    Rabbit suddenly not eating hay - only hay

    Hello. I’m new here. I have a rabbit that has suddenly stopped eating hay. Just hay. She still eats other things. We have a thornless rose that she likes, she eats soft grass and other things that grow in the yard. She will eat dry crunchy oak leaves. She will eat alfalfa. But not grass hay...