My parents adopted a rabbit today that I'm gonna help take care of (As I also have rabbits). None of us have ever adopted a rabbit that is not a baby so we're kinda unsure of the process. He is 1 year old and a teddy. We had to drive 2 hours to pick him up. He didn't eat, pee or poo for the 2 hour car ride. That was at 2 pm. When we got home i managed to get him to eat some dandelion greens (Small handfull), some banana and a bite of carrot. He hasn't had any drinks or gone to the toilet yet (It's 5:30 pm). Currently i found some massive dandelion leaves he's been eating several ones off. I can't get him to eat any hay. He was a perfectly healthy rabbit and had no issues eating. He lived in a garden and I don't think he had unlimited hay just grass and herbs and was fed pellets on the side. Will he start eating on his own? Does he just need time settling in? I'm aware it's all a super stressful experience for him, and he's going from being an outdoor bunny to indoor freeroam. I have critical care but I'm unsure at which stage i should go for that because I don't want to stress him out any further. At which point will i need to take him to the vets? And again I'm really worried about the stress of doing much with him. It's a new home and he's probably not super happy about and needs some time. I'm just really not sure of what precautions we should take as we've never adopted an adult rabbit, and it's hard to find information on the internet... He's at least eating plenty dandelion and he's nowhere near dehydrated and also takes fruit and veg snacks alright-ish.