Hi, We have a 2 darling Holland Lops that we have bred once before this year and 3 healthy kits were born. We decided to breed the mom again and she delivered her second litter this morning but shockingly she had 7 kits. One of the kits is smaller than the other but not sure if it is really a "peanut". Of course, all the kits are a bit smaller than the last litter because the litter size is more than double. She gave birth this morning around 9:15am All kits look great and are very wiggly. We will be watching closely over the next few days and we want to make sure that our little mama rabbit is able to successfully feed all these little mouths. Here are my questions for any of you experienced breeders - 1) Is a Holland Lop really able to successfully feed a litter this large? 2) If our Mama isn't able to feed all babies, are there alternative ways to supplement and is this even a good idea? 3) Any tips, thoughts, wisdom you would like to share would be greatly appreciated. Our bunnies are outdoor bunnies and our Mama successful kept all the kits warm and fed from her last litter. They really thrived and are darling bunnies. Thanks in advance to any who are able to respond.