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I would cut the fruit all together untill the poopy butt clears up, and then add smaller pieces, like one slice. My bunnies like bell pepper as a treat. Or radishes. Their favorite veggies are their treats. Lancelot and Guin get Oxbow Natural Science herbal tablets as treats. Lancelot thinks his vitamin B/digestive support tablet is a treat. Reason I say I would cut the fruit – it’s the same theory as with determining what you are allergic to. You cut all the suspects, then add them back one at a time, in small amounts. With Lancelot, he can’t handle dark fruits like blueberries, blackberries, dark grapes, etc, but he tolerates light colored fruits – in tiny amounts. I don’t give him more than 1/2 cubic inch of fruit a day – and not everyday. Only when I’m cutting apples and strawberries for myself, as an example, then the 4 bunnies share the apple cores and strawberry tops. Otherwise – he gets a poopy butt. They don’t need sugary starchy snacks every day – just like we don’t need deep fried twinkies every day. What are your bunnie’s favorite veggies?