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It also prevents tesicular cancer, a form of cancer that used to be thought of as very uncommon in bunnies. Just recently I watched a vet-tv-show where they said the incidence of testicular cancer in rabbits is rising. The reason given was that the average life-span of rabbits is much longer today than it used to be, it’s mostly really old rabbits that get testicular cancer.

I have no idea about UTIs, but it certainly stops sexual frustration, and for some buns (=my Bam was an excellent example) sexual frustration can get really bad. But it’s sth you can’t help but notice, if it happens to your bun. Sexual frustration can be a true obsession, the bun gets no rest but engages in courting rituals all day long. And half the night.