Hey so I've tried to do some research but am coming up short on answers. So I have a litter of Lionshead/Havana rabbits and they'll be 6 weeks old on Friday. On Monday though, my doe is set to have another litter due to her breaking down what we thought was an indestructible barrier between her and the babies from my buck (Obviously a barrier was no match for her strong will.) I am trying to figure out if it's going to be ok to separate her from my buck and keep the babies with her or if she might see the older bunnies as a "threat" to the newborns and kill either one of the litters. I know you're supposed to keep the babies with mom until they are 8 weeks so that they can still nurse. Is it ok to separate them 2 weeks early or is it ok to leave all the babies with her? I am obviously separating her and the dad because it's not healthy for her to be having babies so close to each other! Any suggestions welcome! I know some people are going to say have her spayed, but I am planning to at least get a couple more litters out of her if I can and then I'll get one or both of them fixed and let them be together. Thank you!