I’m starting to worry about my indoor bunny for getting larger and going up in weight. My bunny Odin weight: 6 months: 450 grams 1 year: 500 grams Odin stayed steady at 500 grams with his hay, a small tablespoon pellets with little treats every week and veggies/leafy greens. Moved back home when my bunny was 1 year old. 2 years: 700 grams and steadily going up. Last time I weight him he had gone up 20 grams. I’ve taken out pellets from his diet and he only get hay. Sometimes I give him a treat but only when it can be in stressful situation like people coming over, outdoors, clipping his claws and so on. But I give him treats that have low fat, a lot of fiber those are store bought for bunnies but I also give leafy greens as treats. The problem it’s that my dad keep on feeding him everyday with carrots, hard bread, rice, pasta and so on. Even when I tell him not to feed, take away Odins treats and tell my dad how much he’s allowed to eat and have during a day. My dad still give my bunny more. I even said that only leafy greens are allowed yet, I can run into my bunny eating rice... Odins droppings are filled with hay and are big healthy droppings. At least he keep on eating his hay. But a steady weight rise it’s not healthy for him. I’m even planning to make him and outdoor rabbit to just make sure he stay healthy. But Odin hates cold and wet weather. He love cuddling up under the blanket and always sleep next to the heating element. So I would feel really bad for him having to live outdoor. I truly need help on how to stop my dad from giving food to Odin. Because I start to worry for his health and I’m going to live at home for 2 more years until my studies are done. I can’t move away from home before I’m done with my studies, because I can’t handle the stress with university and work so you can pay the rent. I already tried 1 year, ended up with always having stomachache, headache and being totally exhausted because of the stress that accumulated. Took 6 months to bounce back and to at least have the energy to study. But I still get periods when I physically and mentally collapse, struggling with not sleeping all day and having to stay awake. So I truly need tips on how to stop my dad to not feed Odin. Until he get to a healthy weight again.