Discussion in 'The Rabbitry and Show Room' started by Cassy315, Mar 12, 2019.
This is my biggest one <3
This shows their tiny size more accurately. They look like teeny tiny mice. Excuse the mess, it was late
If the rabbit savy vet said they were healthy and the doe is nursing them it seems like these two might make it! I wouldn’t be afraid to take them in again though in again, just to make sure everything is good cause you mentioned them having rather large heads, which can indicate swelling. But that’s just me being extra, they look nice and healthy from those pictures and you seem to be doing all you can!
They look very sweet and appear active and healthy. My doe has had her first and probably only litter. They are 9 days old today and all looking very different to one another. I'm hoping that's to do with mum not being a pure breed as stated by the seller rather than them having problems.
Good luck and keep us updated
Little brat heads growing now. Getting big now. The one is refusing bottle. Both eating hay and ground pellets
Thumper and Juniper (Juno). They are a little bigger than these pictures now but hardly. They turned 5weeks old yesterday. Still on milk but out of a saucer and not a bottle anymore. They are the most adorable little fluff balls and have the biggest most loveable personalities. So much hard work but worth every sleepless night.
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