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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A HELP!!! My Rabbit don’t love to eat hay ???? RE: HELP!!! My Rabbit don’t love to eat hay ????


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Timothy hay isn’t as yummy as alfalfa, so it’s difficult for most bunny owners to start their rabbit on grass hay. Keep on trtying though. If there are other brands of timothy hay available, maybe she’ll like that. Hay is very variable. The quality depends on many things, f ex at what time of year the hay was harvested. Some rabbits like coarse hay and other bunnies like softer hay. Keep trying, in any case. Some buns will eat more hay if you put some in the litter box so the bunny can poop and eat at the same time.

Also refresh the hay often. They tend to ignore “old” hay, so don’t give her a whole heap of hay at any one time, rather top it up morning and evening with “new” hay.