One of my rabbits is 3 months, the other one is 4 months , Due to my past trauma from the past rabbit I’ve been really careful, with what I feed them. I mostly feed them hay all the time, but they prefer dried grass sometimes, Everything sounds normal, until my mother decided to put them in our backyard, our backyard is full of fresh grass, and she keeps insisting “ they need to live their lives” they have been feeding on grass, but what was my concern was the weather, it been cold often, and she digs up a hole and covers the top of it, as thier “home’. The backyard is very big, so they have been running here and there, the 3 month was jumping now the 4 months is driving me crazy because in the backyard here is a timer and it happens that 4 months splashed with water, I rushed to dry it with towel and under the sun. The 3 month is worrying me because he is not as active and he sleeps most of the time, when he wakes up he gives no reaction to humans beside him basically if you stood beside him he will stand on his feet if he is looking for something. He moves but not active as before, and he sleeps often, so I decided to make shredded cucumbers and the moment I placed the plate in the cage they jumped in cage and started eating as if they were starved, is it ok to feed them because the 3 month became more active after the cucumber and he looked more healthier . Shredded cucumbers are easier to digest because they are softer and smaller. What are the types of veggitables that can help them digest and easy for their stomach. They told me to never feed them lettuce. And because they’re outside now, can they feed on grass or is it dangerous to them? I have noticed orange dust on both rabbits fur d, but it looked like it is from the flowers. So please tell me how can I maintain my rabbits health, what I must do and what I must not do.