If your rabbit is fat, it needs to lose weight. Obesity is very hard on a rabbit's organs, skeletal structure, and even skin (because an obese rabbit isn't able to properly groom itself, skin infections can result). Talk to your vet about how to safely reduce your rabbit's weight soon! The vet can also tell you whether or not the rabbit is pregnant.
Orange urine is usually not a sign of anything wrong with rabbits. Rabbit urine naturally changes colour from clear, to pale yellow, to dark yellow, to bright orange, to darker rusty orange/red -- different reasons can include hormones, food they've eaten, mild dehydration, and even weather changes! If you aren't sure whether or not your rabbit's urine is normal, have your vet test it just to make sure.
Blood coming out of a rabbit's genitalia is never normal and always a sign of illness or injury! If you think your rabbit is urinating blood, have her urinate on a white towel instead of her usual litter: if the red colour appears evenly spread throughout the urine, that's fine, it's not blood; but, if the red colour is in blotches, that is blood and your rabbit needs a vet as soon as possible!
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Yes you can but not until it is quite close to birthing. However if you know the rabbit well then you will probably notice the weight gain.
It All Depends if the mating has sucseeded. You may need to take your rabbit to the vet to check this out as you can never know for sure. When i had a rabbit we never found out she was pregnant until the week before as she started to act quite strange so we took her to the vet to find out she was pregnant.
This would be a quite unusual but not impossible. I would not take this as a sign of pregnancy however.
Well orange is quite a bright colour and quite nice, but no, because my favorite colour is lime green!
Brer (or Brier can't quite remember) Rabbit and the tar baby
Then you are quite possibly not pregnant.
Orange peels are also edible, but the white part is quite bitter
i think its orange, because his album colour is orange and so is one of his microphones. and he probably has quite a few orange hoodies. but yeah, probably orange...
Yes quite easily mine drags in large rabbits quite often
Rabbit and bunny are not quite perfect synonyms, but they are very similar.
A vole is a mouse like creature and quite small. Rabbits can grow to be very large. The answer to your question is A Rabbit is bigger.