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Baby bunnies and baby bunny pictures are courtesy of my best pet rabbit ever, Grace.
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If you hold, pet, touch or handle the baby rabbits, it is possible and likely the mama will reject them. They are supposed to be living in a nest of mamma-bunny fur and smelling like mamma. When the babies are handled by outsiders they lose the mama-bunny scent and will smell like whoever was handling them. I have a friend who lost an entire litter of baby bunnies because they handled the babies. The mama rejected every one.
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However, to be realistic, if you do end up getting a pet store bun, do your best to make sure that it is healthy before taking it home. Make sure that the rabbits are at least 6 weeks, preferably 8 weeks of age before leaving their mother because the mother's milk affords protection against E. coli and other bacteria until the baby's own immune system can handle them. Young rabbits should be lively, well-fed and plump, and have a fine sheen to the fur. If they have rough, dull fur or are thin or pot bellied, the animals are sick -- typical symptoms of and . Can I make a baby wild rabbit a pet? - Pets Stack Exchange
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Pet stores and bunny dealers often buy rabbits when they’re only 4 weeks old because they take up less space and look so cute. But bunnies that young shouldn’t be away from their moms. Can you imagine being taken away from your mom as a baby and sold to a stranger? are miserable places for animals, and if you buy from them, you’re supporting a cruel business that treats animals like products.Cute baby Flemish Giant bunny rabbits eating lettuce.
My bunnies eating lettuce so funny. It's one of the cutest pets in the world. It's interesting baby bunny pets.
Also these my bunnies like eating banana, grass, carrot, flower, dandelion, poop, leaves, strawberry, watermelon, weed and etc.
The cute baby bunnies are one of the cutest animals in the world!
These my pets are too cute baby bunnies, really cute baby bunnies!
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Pet bunny rabbit is so adorable animal for home.
My cute bunny eating lettuce, close up!
Funny rabbits videos.House Rabbit Society volunteers get countless calls from well-meaning people who find "orphans" or "abandoned baby rabbits" behind the shed or in a nearby field. Unknowingly they break up families and separate mother rabbits from their babies in an effort to "save" them. Also, we often hear from concerned owners, who don't know that rabbits only nurse once a day, that their pet rabbit is not feeding her newborn litter. We usually reply with the question, "How do you know? Do you stay up all night and watch?"If the mama bunny is healthy and active, put the babies in a secure nest box in a place easily accessible to her. The box should be shallow and longenough for mama to jump in without stomping on her babies, but too tall for the babies to accidentally crawl out. Line the bottom of the box with a soft towel (no loose strings or holes! These can tangle around tiny necks or limbs and cause life-threatening injury or death!). Place a thick (3") layer of soft, grass hay or straw on top of the towel, and make a small "well" in the hay. If the mama has already built a nest of her fur, place the fur in the "well" and gently transfer the babies into the nest. If she did not pluck any fur for a nest, and if she is calm, you may be able to gently clip some away from her chest (Not too much! A handful is fine.) and line the well of the straw nest with it. Before you handle the nest and babies, love and stroke mama rabbit to calm her. She is unlikely to be disturbed by your activities if she is loved, and trusts you.Make sure mama sees the babies in the nest and can easily join them. Place the box and mama in a quiet, private place (a clean, disinfected bathroom with a baby gate in the doorway is a good choice) and let her get acquainted with her surroundings and her family's location.If the mama has been separated from the babies for more than 24 hours, and refuses to feed them, you can try to gently, but firmly hold her over the babies until they can get a meal. Stroke the mama, talk to her gently and love her, making her feel secure. After the first feeding, you probably won't have to do this again. She will take care of the babies on her own.If the mother rabbit is very ill, dead, or exhibiting aggression towards her babies, you may have to remove them and feed them without her help. Before you take on this formidable task, consider the following:If the babies really are orphans or have been abandoned by their mother, here's a protocol that's been successful for us. 1. Keep the babies in a warm (about 75o - 78o Farenheit), quiet place in a nest similar to the one described above. (Bunny fur is the best lining, but clean cotton wadding will do as a substitute. Just be sure the babies do not get tangled in it.) DO NOT use an electric heating pad. Two or more babies usually are able to snuggle and keep each other warm if they have a good, padded nest. If there's only one baby, a warm water bottle wrapped in a soft towel can provide an excellent artificial heat source, but be sure the baby can crawl away from the bottle if it feels too warm. 2. The nest box should be at ground level, in a room where small children and pets are not allowed (at least until the babies are eating solid food and out of the nest). For the first few days, keep the room relatively dimly lit and quiet.You will need: