I have a Mini Rex doe that had a litter on Saturday. She originally had five, one DOA. Of the other four, one was a peanut. I went out to feed on Monday, and the peanut and one other were dead, and the other two very close because of the cold. Well, I managed to revive the two survivors, and they seemed fine, warm and wiggly and willing to nurse. I held the doe and put the kits on her belly, and they fed for a minute or so. That afternoon, one of the remaining kits died, for no aparent reason, it was still warm and everything. (I had a heat lamp on them at this point.) So I was down to one left. I thought of fostering it on another doe that kindled the day after the Mini Rex, but the other doe is a Flemish and I was afraid of the MR baby getting squished. This am when I went out to feed, the heat lamp had somehow fallen off the cage during the night, and the last baby had died. Now the doe is really upset, and really wants to be bred again. As in, she was arching her back and raising her tail for me when I petted her. I just don't know if I should breed her again, though. I mean, she just had kits three days ago, and there were so many problems with this litter... I feel so bad for her, 'cause she wants to be a mom sooo badly, but I just don't know what to do. Can someone with more bunny raising experience tell me what they would do in this situation?