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Sometimes it takes rabbits up to three litters to get what is going on and be a good parent. However, you also have to do your part. Make sure they have an adequate nest. It should have the mother's fur and something elso to nest with (timothy hay or perhaps cotton from a pillow). They should be placed somewhere warm and quiet so they mother doesn't get stressed out. If there isn't somewhere warm to put them you can use a heating pad on the lowest setting and place it under their nest box. Nevertheless, some mother rabbits just aren't good parents and never will be. It is cruel to keep bringing rabbits into the world just for them to die so at this point be a nice person and stop breeding the rabbit.
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it is 28-31 days after the mating that the babies are born
This isn't really a question anyone can answer as it's not really specific, but you can visit my website and see if you can find out what you need: www.piczo.com/ra…bbitcareguide
If your rabbit is really dying, and help from a vet is impossible, and you have no knowledge or experience in rabbit first aid, then you should ask for help and advice from pe…ople on online rabbit forums (see links below) - the only thing you can do is try to make it comfortable until it dies.. It's really best to prepare for these kinds of situations beforehand: Study rabbit care, behaviour, and healthFind online forums and people to talk to about your rabbitObserve your rabbit daily and give monthly physical exams and groomingBuild a first aid kit (with instructions)Cobble together some sort of vet care for your rabbit from what is available - maybe a local cat/dog vet is willing to learn to do some basic but crucial procedures on rabbits, like subQs, pain medications, digestive medications. Find the nearest rabbit vet(s) - even if they're far away, they are still the closest there is and they may someday be useful. There are tons of great resources online that can help you. See the related links and questions below. Then, once you're prepared, and you first notice your rabbit is unwell in any way, you start asking on the forums for help, administering first aid, and calling vets if at all possible.
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Baby rabbits can be kept alive by allowing them to wean naturally, and then by taking care of them properly. See the related questions below for more details and helpful links…. Feed your rabbit and love it!
No, but she will have them very close together. -------------------------------------------------------- I am a zoologist of 15yrs. The first yr was spent on the study of …rodents. e.g. their behaviour growth and breeding pattens. We found the following statement on the 3rd doe which was quite small and obviously would not of been able to cope with a large litter all at once. If the doe feels that there is not enough food for her or her brood or the litter will be too large for her to look after and protect all at once. She will melt half the litter into her insides and suspend their growth while the rest of the litter will grow normally and be delivered. When the doe feels that there is more food and the first half of her litter is doing well, she will allow the rest of the litter to continue to grow and give birth naturally. However this is not the case for every doe's.
The babies will all come a different times. Like with humans, they will give birth at all different times when they've gone into labour.
Rabbits kindle (give birth) to litters. So yes, a doe will have all her babies (kits) at one time.
leave the babies were they are but after 24 hours just pet stroke the mother rabbit and get her scent on you so wen u pick the baby rabbits up it wont cause stress for t…he mother or babies. don't move the baby rabbits to far because rabbits are not perfect mothers especially if its there first time just move them a bit so they have a bit of space and they are not jammed together.
A dying baby rabbit acts much like a dying adult rabbit. See the related questions below for more info and helpful links.
No. The only completely pink baby rabbit are going to be white (REW) (BEW) ruby-eyed white or blue-eyed white when they grow up. Any other colored rabbit is born a different c…olor than pink (gray or light brown or spotted).
A dying baby rabbit acts much like a dying adult rabbit. See the related question below for more info and helpful links.
Pets deserve proper medical care. If your pet rabbit is ailing, it should be brought to the vet's immediately -- if the vet can't save the rabbit's life, at least it can make …her last moments more comfortable. Please see the related questions (linked below) for more info and links. Sick, injured, and dying wildlife should either be left alone or a professional should be consulted. A professional in this case may be a local wildlife rehabilitation organization, rabbit rescue organization, humane society, SPCA, state animal services department, etc.
Yes .rabbits can make multiple babies at once. Most die.