Rabbits can eat certain fresh fruits and vegetables. Pet rabbits should also eat rabbit pellets, and hay. A healthy diet for a pet rabbit is lots and lots of hay (the most important thing!), with some daily pellets and fresh leafy greens; other fruits and vegetable can be offered in small amounts as occasional treats. See the related question below for more info and links. Some things rabbits can eat include:
The following is not widely recommended information: do your own research and when it comes to your rabbit's health, better safe than sorry! Avoid any foods you're not sure of.
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Why not grow sunflowers - The whole plant can be supplied as rabbit food; leaves, stalks chopped into short lengths (e.g. 15 to 25 Cm for easy handling), flower petals and flower heads. Flowers are fed to bunnies' whether mature or not. Sunflower seeds are remarkably rich in vitamins and minerals and have a high twenty-four gram protein content. For that reason no more than a daily teaspoon of seed should be added to the feed bowl. The rest of the plant is perfectly safe and can be fed generously.
Raw Corncobs can be gnawed (preferably without the kernels or just a few) as they contain high starch content and are fattening. Even the silky tassels (a good source of Potassium) stripped off the corncob. If the leaves are huge they can be torn into meal size pieces and the thick fibrous stems are cut into smaller meal size pieces with secateurs. // NEVER feed fresh raw corn, because it isn't digestible and can lead to gut impaction and serious illness.
Rabbits can eat:
- Beans (all varieties) // Actually, this is widely advised against!
- Capsicum (all colours)
- Mushrooms // Actually, this is widely advised against!
- Sweet Potato
The following are generally not consumed:
Vines and leaves of all varieties of Pumpkin, Zucchini, Squash, Cucumber, Watermelon, Rockmelon.
Asparagus spears and their ferny leaf stems.
Leeks, Onions, Shallots, Eggplant, Choko, Avocado skins.
Globe or Jerusalem Artichokes
Most citrus peels. Some bunnies love mandarin peels but turn their noses up on most of the other citrus peels.
The majority of rabbits do not eat pieces of zucchini or squash though the not so fussy ones will. If there is one thing for certain each and every bunny is an individual and they all have individual tastes.
Caution: Rhubarb leaves, Tomato vines, Potato plants and green potatoes are known to be poisonous.
Lastly - dried bread as a treat preferably wholegrain rather than processed white bread - dried or toasted as a small treat as rabbits can get addicted to bread (though I've read that it's certainly not true for my bunny he didn't touch it he much prefers apples and carrots)! Many sources recommend avoiding bread entirely: there's no nutritional benefit for rabbits, and it's very unhealthy for them. If you want to give your rabbit a treat, stick to something with at least some nutritional benefit but that they'll love just as much, like carrot or apple.
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Yes, rabbits eat flowers.
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White tigers eat rabbits.
Yes, rabbits can eat chickweed.
Yes, Foxes do eat rabbits.
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no they dont
No, rabbits cannot eat bran.
Plants. Rabbits eat plants.
The impala is herbivorous; it does not eat rabbits.
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