Hi. My new rabbit is 2 year old and is very fat, his belly is just very big, he has some fat around his bum too, He's back is not that fat, nice and round but I can't feel too much fat on it I can feel his spine and ribs. He looks healthy and grooms himself quite well his feet are spotless, but his poos are very tiny and not a perfect shape. But he eats his food, not much maybe it's just first days in a new place but he eats vegs well and some hay too. I didn't want to make big changes it's only day 2 but I think his food is totally wrong, it's a muesli type mix with grains and he gets lots of treats blocks and balls with dairy and grains, honestly his poos are very tiny but looks like it is normal for him as he started pooping only 2 hours after we got home there were 2 small drop shaped poos and about 15 more in a couple hours, he eats and moves around fine, he likes to be petted and handled, he was thumping last evening a lot and looked a bit stressed but then flopped and slept well. In the morning there were no fresh poos at all, I removed all his dairy/grainy balls from his cage, I still give him his muesli mix removed some flakes from it and added my regular nuggets instead, just a little I am going to transfer him to them gradually. In the evening he had more poos in his toilet, they weren't that black as previously but shape is still weird, like drop-shaped or even cubes. I think it's because of his food is unsuitable bt he likes it I am trying to reduce it and remove flakes and added some my own pellets so I can change gradually, but he won't eat them only eats his loops. But he eats vegetables pretty well, I've got some kale and baby corn from his previous owner and he ate corn with appetite but I am not sure it is good for him so I won't give him more. Today he finished his kale and I gave him a couple of sticks of celery with plenty of green leaves, he ate it all. He eats his hay too. I've decided to minimise his dry food and no treats just give him more hay for a few days, but these tiny black poos just scare me but I believe it's his normal style. He is a very calm rabbit and friendly likes being petted and handled, he's calm and confident not looking sick or anything I don't know if it's normal for him but it's really weird poos. I fostered a little lionhead once he was also on grain sticks and dairy treats and his poos were also black and drop-shaped, but he was very tiny and didn't eat much at all, after a couple months of a good diet he was all good and his appetite and his poos vere excellent, so hopefully this new rabbit will be good too. I just can't believe he survived 2 years on this food I feel sorry for him. In this photo you can see his poos black and irregular shape, on the right are three perfect poos of my 3 month old babies I put there to compare, they are even bigger than some of his poos. He also had lots of cecotropes left in his toilet last evening but that probably because of new home and all, first I thought he can't reach his behind so can't eat them but later I saw him getting them and eating so that's good. This evening 2nd day there's no cecotropes left so I think it was just stress. So I am going to change his food gradually to plain pellets, feed him leafy greens as my other rabbits, celery usually, cauliflower leaves, cilantro, mint basil etc, little gem lettuce sometimes. No carrots, apples and other treats until he's better. Any criticism or suggestions would be appreciated.