Hello, one of my female bunny (small bunbun) recently had babies (yesterday) so I put her with another mother of 3 of her own children. The mother I put her in with does not feed her child, but after small bunbun had babies and pulled her fur out and covered the babies the other mother started pulling out small bunbun's fur and her child's fur (which is like 2.5 weeks old) and not her own fur. She was literally plucking fur from small bunbun (at first she lets her...) and when small bunbun runs away she chases her (not aggressively) and then humps her with fur in her mouth. (She;s carrying the fur she plucked in her mouth, something like false pregnancy) She also tries plucking fur from her children and their feet is lift up from the ground. There is no aggression at all towards her children at all. I have separated them, she also does not feed her babies (she basically hides on the second floor)...so the babies who are 2.5 weeks and are eating oxbow pellets and eating hay. It was my mistake that I couldn;t buy kitten milk sooner. What should I do? Why did the mother have that behaviour? (In my mind..kind of seems like she was helping, but she doesn't pluck her own fur, very strange) When I first put small bunbun in the cage, they were grooming each other but it changed when small bunbun gave birth. Is the other mother trying to chase small bunbun away by plucking small bunbuns fur and holding her fur in its mouth? Small bunbun is a very caring bunny, she snuggles and doesn't hide from the other mother's babies. She;s with them - unlike the original mother. Is it some hormonal changes?