Ebony bunny Fluffy bunny
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
We have recently been involved in the rescue and re-homing of 2 beautiful lop eared Bunnies. They had to move because the landlord said that guinea pigs and rats were ok but the bunnies had to go! Oh why do people in rented accommodation not check first before buying more animals?
The bunnies were 1 year old and 3 months old. They were both house rabbits. We managed to re-home both rabbits within a few days to lovely families, where they can continue to be house rabbits. House Rabbits are friendlier than outdoor rabbits due to them having constant human contact, and can be trained to use a litter tray. They do however still chew, so care must be taken to protect wires and they should be supervised when out to protect furniture.
Rabbits need to eat 80% of their diet to be good quality hay … a small amount of a good quality pellet (not mix) food, and greens. Go easy on the cabbage as it can cause bloat. Apple wood or pear wood is good to give them as a boredom buster. They can have the occasional slice of carrot or apple core. Do not give lettuce.
…  Anne