Green onions okay?

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Stinkerbunnies

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Me and my family went on a trip to Oregon, and left my buns in the care of a neighbor. She herself has a bun, is a close friend, and we made sure she knew what to do. When I came home, I checked on them, and I noticed that their cages were a little smelly for only being gone a week. Then, me and my sister found some green onions in their food. Also, I don't know if this is a coronation, but they might have gotten in a fight? Could green onions spike their hormones? Their both neutered, and have been getting along great. Please tell me if I should do anything, if this would pain them, and if I'm just being paranoid. Thanks!

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Hello! Onions of any kind are considered unsafe for rabbits, including chives, shallots, red or white onions. However, they seem ok now? No diarrhoea? Do they seem comfortable and relaxed?
 

Stinkerbunnies

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Yeah, I think so. It seems that they've been resting more than usual, and breathing a bit harder. But that might be because they were outside? It's pretty hot where we are, and they hadn't been outside for a week. But in diarrhea that we can see, they seem to be consuming food regularly. Thank you so much!
 
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