bubbles tries to eat anything and everything and has only had 1 digestive issue in 3 years because of the stress of moving.Those were actually one of my horses favorite treats.
Lots of sugar and carbs, so not the best thing for a rabbit to be given though. Could lead to disrupting the normal microflora in the gut and cause mushy poop(or possibly more serious digestive illness) if too much gets eaten. But shouldn't be harmful if he manages to steal a tiny crumb, if he's not sensitive to digestive issues. Think of it as the treat category, no more than a very tiny amount should be allowed in a day. Fresh fruit would be a better treat though(small amount per day, properly introduced, gradually to avoid digestive upset), but only for rabbits not prone to it causing digestive upset.
Yeah, I don't know. By the time the wrapper was discovered, it was completely gone. Maybe it was slowly consumed, gradually over those couple of months, so it wasn't an immediate shock to the bunnies system. He also might have been one of those bunnies with a steel gut, that could eat anything and come out ok. Definitely not like my bunnies now. The slightest thing will upset their stomachs.an entire chocolate bar? how did the bunny not have medical issues?