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Forum DIET & CARE Wild baby bunny eating enough?? + Other stuff RE: Wild baby bunny eating enough?? + Other stuff


Mae
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He opened his eyes yesterday, and now I have a new worry that I cant find anything on, which I spontaneously posted but I realize I just could have asked one of you, whoops.

Eating has been easier ever since I got an eye dropper, as it fits in his much easier, and he is now pooping, but he refuses to sleep in his box and insists on trying to sleep with me… But other than that, I live in a very small town and I don’t think I would be able to find anyone with a nursing rabbit, sadly. 

He still does the head shaking thing but he doesn’t do it as much. He also has started biting my finger in his sleep  But He seems to be doing pretty good, he is curious and climbs around sometimes, though I am worried about him having a neurological problem as he is unusually clumsy, even flipping on his back sometimes. But that might just be how a baby bunny acts, I’ve never had baby rabbits. 

As for him cuddling a toy, I tried that but he ignores it. I’m going to try a hot water bottle or microwaved rice pillow tonight.

Thanks for the advice!