After our male bunny passed away from most likely a genetic condition (he was the last one alive out of his entire litter at the age of 1.5) we decided we were going to stick with one bunny, our female(S) Rorschach. however, even though they weren't bonded, she was super mopey. The pet rescue I foster for ended up with a white supposedly female bunny and I convinced my boyfriend to give two bunnies another try by just splitting the room in half and each having their own side (so only two litter boxes instead of three and no cages to clean). So thats what we did. We brought home Betty White, separated them with an expen and zip tied cardboard to it to do the best we could at isolation. Took Betty to the vet to find out that Betty was a boy, so Betty White is now Barry White. Barry drank a lot of water from day one, but he was also eating a ton of cardboard and we didn't know his history so the vet said we'd wait and see. Barry was neutered. about 2-3 weeks ago we decided to see how Rorschach and Barry would do meeting as they seemed to enjoy each other through the bars, instant love. Made me so happy. But Barry was still drinking a lot and peeing a lot and I noticed yesterday he lost weight. I'm waiting for the vet to call me back to see when they can get him in for some blood work. Barry is still active, and still eating, and since this has been going on from day one with us, I'm not freaking out too much. I'm also a former vet tech though and I'm pretty sure its one of two things. Barry White is either diabetic, or his kidneys are shot. Since diabetes is super rare in bunnies, my money is on that, because that would just be the way things go in my house lol! Any way, I guess I'm wondering if it could be something other than those two things. Also curious if anyone here has a diabetic bunny?