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Vienna Blue in France
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Pellets can finish about 10 or 11, but hay should never run out!!!

Rabbits should be able to munch ALL day and night long to keep their digestion system moving.

Rabbits (unlike cats and dogs) should NEVER be fasted, even before an operation. Mine both ate right up until the last hour before op and the first important thing that a rabbit should do is eat (and poop and drink).

So please ask your vet again, say that it is important that bun keeps eating (ask him why he wants to fast the bun?) and let us know.