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Forum BEHAVIOR My bunny is acting strange with babies? RE: My bunny is acting strange with babies?


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That’s totally normal behavior for a mama bun. In the wild, bunnies leave their babies alone except to feed them to keep any predators who might want to eat her away from her babies, so pet bunnies still stay away from their babies as a natural instinct. Since she’s getting friendly with them, it’s likely she’ll stop seeing them as her babies though, so I would get her spayed so she doesn’t inbreed with one of her sons and you end up with ANOTHER litter. Spaying also prevents uterine cancer, which almost all female bunnies get if they aren’t spayed.
But it sounds like mama’s raising her babies right