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Rabbits can have red, orange or brown urine at times, usually due to veggies or certain foods they have eaten, and that’s perfectly normal. Are you sure that this is blood and not just colored urine? Usually if it is blood, you will see red spots or lines or splotches among the yellow urine, not just a solid reddish color. You can use hydrogen peroxide to test if it may be blood. Pour a little on the stain and if it bubbles up a lot, it probably is blood.

If you have determined that it is blood, or you just aren’t sure, you should take your rabbit to the vet, to see if he may have a urinary infection. You could also try to obtain a fresh sample to take in for testing.