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Could it be what the mint was washed in before packed for the store? Some buns do have sensitivities to certain veg. I remember a member saying kale caused messy poo for one of their rabbits, for instance.

It probably wouldn’t hurt for him to go on a probiotic.

Do you ever see him eat his cecals at other times.

Interesting that he is not eating pellets. I do find my rabbits will snub them first when not feeling well and the last thing they come back to eating again once feeling better. But it makes me wonder if he has some teeth issues brewing…