I did check I only have one . And it's adorable and lively... I found one dead yesterday, so sad. It's removed and the one is doing great. ThanksDoes do not remove dead kits from the nest so it’s very important to check on them daily, not just for that but to make sure they’re being fed. Normally, the nest only needs hay and the mom’s fur. You’ll need to change out the hay when it’s wet but try to save as much of the hair as you can, to reuse.
I didn't realize that about him still being able to impregnate her after being neutered..wowThat's really interesting how they were together for two years and this is just her first litter, but yes if they were separated before she had babies she's not pregnant again.
You can neuter him now and her after she stops nursing so in about 6-7 weeks from now. Male must be kept separately after neutering for 6-8 weeks as he still can impregnate a female after neutering, and after you spay her it's about 6-8 weeks she calms down and you can reintroduce them as completely new rabbits hopefully they will bond. You will have to do it in a neutral to both territory, please do some research about bonding rabbits there you'll find some very useful information, many videos very helpful.
I am glad that baby is doing well, please keep us updated
Not openI didn't realize that about him still being able to impregnate her after being neutered..wow
They both lived in the same pen together here, so I'm sure his scent is still in her pen though. I was going to put him in an open beside her in hers (which was his) I'm assuming her baby is ok to stay with her during that time? Bonding has already happened...
Ok thanks. Since they've been together so long, I'm hoping it will be an easy transition compared to a totally different bunny.. Fingers crossed lolIt most probably will, so you would have to rebond them once the kits no longer need mom's milk