Hi, new member with a support feeding question. My 1.5 yr old rescue angora cross is losing weight. He was great a month ago but he blew out his coat and had lots a hairy poops and slowed down eating hay. He still eats his 1 tbsp of Oxbow pellets every day and 1/2 cup greens(usually dandelions or organic lettuces from the garden). He also gets a few strands of organic meadow grass which we grow for hay(for horses). He loves grass its so stalky and rough. He went from 1288 grams in june to just 1200 grams today (2.6 lbs). On his 1 yr birthday he weighed 1334 grams. He has been to a vet but I didnt feel she was rabbit savy enough. We were told to count poops instead of weighing. Alf poops up a glorious 300 poops or so every day. He must be eating something, right? My sister says just feed him more pellets instead of the critical care slurry. Anyway I'm really posting a question about Critical Care vs Sherwood SAR-ex (which was reccomended on the net as tastier than CC) The CC package says to feed 3 tbsp per kg per day mixed with water, the Sherwood SAR-ex says 11-17 tbsp per day? Hugh difference. That would be around 240 cals per day. I'm told that rabbits need about 100 cals/kg/day. Anyone have experience with these products? Many thanks.