Thank you and camomile all I have is the tea kind?Yay! Give him a hidey house and a cozy blanket. You can also give him some fresh or dried Camomile, Lavender (may not eat it), or Lemonbalm for anxiety. I would leave him alone for a while so he can calm down and not feel stressed.
Yes, I’ll make sure to stick with the food he’s used to for know. He’s eating hay already only scared of me. Hope he warms up to me.I would put the bunny and cage in a very quiet part of your place with a light sheet partially covering the cage to help provide a sense of security. Then disturb the bunny as little as possible for the next 48 hours. Only checking to make sure bun is eating, drinking, and pooping ok, and seems alright. If the bunny is eating/drinking ok but still seems scared after that time, it's going to take some patient work to help your bun feel safe around you.
I wouldn't be giving any new foods that he's not used to. You need to stick with the same exact foods he's used to, at least for the next few weeks until he's settled in well, then very gradually make dietary changes. Exception would be that it's ok to add a free fed non grain grass hay, and if his current food pellet is causing severe digestive problems then changing that would be necessary.
I think so to I woke up and I seen a lot cecotropes everywhere? What could it be?He probably is sick. I would take him in so he doesn't spread to your other rabbit. The thick glossy coat on his poop is mucus, and it normally happens when a rabbit is recovering from stasis.
Yes, i haven’t fused with him I go check on him here and there. Is it normal that his nose is all wet? I’ll let him be. he has an appointment Wednesday.If he just came home today, leave him alone for 48 hours as Jenny suggested. Stop fussing with him. The uneaten cecals and sneezing can simply be him being stressed from the move. Give him time and leave him be for now.