Yikes! The vet!
You should take your rabbit to the vet immediately. Not eating or drinking is a very bad sign. Rabbits are grazing animals and should basically be eating most of the time they are awake.
There are many different reasons why a pet rabbit might stop eating.
No matter what the reason is, it's always a serious emergency when a rabbit stops eating. Unless you bring your rabbit to a vet, it's most likely the rabbit will die, and it will be a very painful death.
WHY Do Rabbits Stop Eating?
Rabbits often respond to pain by not eating. The pain could be caused by anything -- a pulled muscle, gas, an overgrown tooth, a sinus infection -- but the response is the same: to stop eating.
Another reason bunnies stop eating is if they have a blockage in their digestive system. The blockage could be a hair ball, or it could be some non-food item like carpeting or rubber or corn hulls. This is one reason why it's really important to...
WHAT HAPPENS When Bunnies Stop Eating: GI Stasis
Once rabbits stop eating, they can't just start again: they get sick and can't eat, and then they die.
Rabbits have a very different digestive system than humans do. When rabbits stop eating, no matter what the reason, their digestive system stops working. This is called GI Stasis, or ileus.
Gi Stasis is very painful for rabbits, and it is deadly.
WHAT TO DO When Your Rabbit Stops Eating
When you notice your rabbit isn't eating, you should bring her to the vet immediately.
There are things you can do at home to help, but the rabbit requires medicine to get him eating again (specifically: a pain medication, and a gut motility drug). Depending on what caused her to stop eating, more medical procedures may be required as well.
Things you can do to help, ** in addition to vet care **
If you have the experience, then you should force-feed your rabbit. There are commercial products available, like Critical Care. If there are no emergency-hours rabbit vets and you have no commercial feeder, you can make your own by mixing ground-up pellets, baby carrot food, and watered-down pedialyte. If the rabbit has a blockage, however, more food can make the problem worse, so you must see a vet.
If you don't already have a vet, be careful looking for one. Not all vets are trained or experienced in rabbit care. There is information online that can help you find a good vet. The House Rabbit Society is a good place to start -- you can find their website by doing a web search.
Take it to a vet
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eating carrots and other food. the sun gives energy to the carrot plant and the bunny gets the energy by eating the carrot! :)
if shes not eating she could have upper respritory infection, which is what mine dyed of. Get your bunny to the vet as soon as possible!!
e she will start eating more and she will get fat!
Because if you start to feel guilty you can stop eating it and the bunny will still be alive. =P
All the other carrots are plush toys.
Many rabbit cartoons show rabbits eating carrots and stealing them from gardens such as Peter Rabbit and Bugs Bunny. What's up Doc?
Herons are well known for eating baby rabbits.
a panda eating a chocolate Easter bunny (Russell stover)
A bunny can die from obstruction from eating seeds, yes.