Do rabbits attrach mice if kept as indoor pets?
No, not normally.
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well. my opinion is to dig a human sized hole and climb down and see if there are actually mice or just rabbits.. If mice... Call- 1-800-screw-mice -21... afterewards fill in the whole you dug and poop down the mice holes. they will die... eventually..and your mice will be gone... Thank you. It worked with rabbits.
Rabbits do NOT eat mice because they are herbivores. Rabbits are herbivores, so they can only eat plant material... mice are not plants, so no. Meat in a rabbit's diet is very unhealthy because they cannot digest it. A starving, desperate rabbit may scavenge off dead carcasses, but they will not hunt and kill a mouse to eat it.