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Forum DIET & CARE Bunny accidentally ate some ice cream?

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    • MellowBuns
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      One of my bunnies managed to knock over a garbage bin and there was a cup (and spoon) with leftover ice cream residue from two days ago. She may or may not have licked some of it. I didn’t catch her in time because I happened to be in the other room. I know it’s really bad for bunnies to eat dairy, so what do I do? She seems fine right now as she is munching away on some hay. Help!


    • Kokaneeandkahlua
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      Dairy is bad, but not toxic. I wouldn’t worry too much Keep an eye but I think you’ll be OK. You’ll want to watch that she’s eating, pooping and acting normally


    • LBJ10
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      I agree, dairy isn’t good for them but it isn’t the end of the world.


    • MellowBuns
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      She’s been fine so far, so I’m not too worried anymore. She’s been eating and pooping and being herself. Thank you!


    • Bam
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      That’s great to hear! Thanks for the update!

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Forum DIET & CARE Bunny accidentally ate some ice cream?