I have a beautiful black mini lop doe and a Black torte buck. I bred them Aug 1st and 2nd as per my vets suggestion after the her first phantom pregnancy. Her previous litter last easter was 7 kits, 2 of which didn't make it. She just gave birth to 5 healthy kids at around 6am Labor Day morning. She is a GREAT mom and today they all had milk bellies. I noticed when she was laying on her side that there are still baby blips and movement. I had my 16 year old daughter check too and she said the same thing as did my husband. She is eating fine, drinking tons of water fine and acting fine and even lets me pet her. I'm not sure what to do and my vet isn't in until Friday and other vets said they don't answer questions or treat "exotics." I'm getting no where. Please help. I love my bunny and am a very small breeder. All my litters so far have went to people who are my friends because I litter train and really work with the bunnies before they leave. They are raised around dogs, large and small, my lion heads and Maine Coon cats. They get companion trained and a little agility and snuggled a lot. I'm at a bit of a loss here. I keep my buck and my doe in separate rooms and pens and my does pen is up on a table where as my buck is on the floor and has gates on the doors. They DO NOT get together unless I put her with him. The other rabbits are in hutches on my big front porch and they are separated too. I get them out all separately. I was raised on a farm so I know the deal with bunnies. This has me baffled! Help please. Any advice will be appreciated!