Hi Everyone, this is my first post on the forum. I tried to find relavent information elsewhere but was not able to find something for my cecotropes issue! My bunny is a 12 week old Netherland dwarf and I got her 3 weeks ago. She is currently on alfalfa hay and oxbow alfalfa based pellets. However when I got her the breeder mentioned she’s been fed fresh vegetables the whole time since the mom gets fresh vegetables as well. So when I got her I was feeding her bits of romaine along with her pellets and hay. A few days in I noticed she has a lot of cecotropes that she isn’t eating so I eventually reduced and tried giving her romaine like a new introduction (little by little and gradually increasing amount). Unfortunately the cecotropes issue remained. So I completely cut it out until we didn’t notice excess cecotropes lying around and healthy looking poops. Once okay we tried giving her green lettuce instead thinking maybe she just doesn’t do well with romaine, but the cecotropes issue got worse so we cut that out immediately. I’m thinking about going back on romaine but I wanted to check if this is normal? Since she is not diarrheaing, just has excess cecotropes, is this something that will reduce overtime once she gets used to the vegetables?