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Mama Bunny!

Posted by natalie312 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 22, 09 at 14:19

What do you do if the mother abands the poor baby's? Will the dads eat the babys. What would you feed themif there mother abanded them?

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RE: Mama Bunny!

Is it a wild rabbit or tame?A wild rabbit will leave her babies for quite a long time.You should leave them alone.I never had a tame rabbit abondon her babies even when we handled them.You can bottle feed a bunny but what a job!Posy_Pet

RE: Mama Bunny!

Really, I heard tame bunny's abondom there first litter. She is tame. How long after born can i pick one up without the risk of her abonding?

RE: Mama Bunny!

I feel for ya girl having an abandoned set of rabbits, a neglected goat and a broody chicken with no eggs to sit on. How do you make it?

I hope all is looking up for you these days!

RE: Mama Bunny!

I sure hope you don't get stuck taking care of a little of abandoned bunnies! They are so cute!

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