Rabbits can eat tomatoes, but they are not recommended as a main source of nutrition. Tomatoes are very high in sugar, and rabbits should only consume them in small amounts.Continue Reading
Rabbits should not consume any part of tomato plants. The leaves, vines and stems are toxic and can be harmful.
A rabbit's diet should consist of mostly green, leafy vegetables, which are low in calories and high in fiber. This includes cabbage, kale, radish tops, spinach, carrot leaves and romaine lettuce. Iceberg lettuce is not a good choice because it is not as nutritious. Stalks, such as celery, chard and broccoli, are also ideal for rabbits.Learn more about Rabbits & Hares
Rabbits belong to the animal family Leporidae, and like all members of this family, rabbits are herbivores. This means that rabbits only eat plants, such as grass, fruit, leaves and bark.Full Answer >
Mother rabbits feed their babies twice per day. They typically feed them in the morning and in the evening, usually taking no more than five minutes for each feeding.Full Answer >
People feeding baby rabbits do need to be trained on proper technique and schedule. Many baby rabbits die from inexperienced people trying to feed them and injuring or overfeeding them.Full Answer >
Cottontail rabbits live in such areas as fields, gullies, brush piles, farms, crop fields, backyards and suburban areas. They also dwell in the abandoned burrows of other animals, such as woodchucks.Full Answer >