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.
Mother rabbits do not stay with their young to avoid bringing attention to the nest. The milk they produce is extremely nutritious and is enough to keep the baby rabbits full and comfortable until the next feeding. These twice-daily feedings occur in both domestic and wild rabbits. While the infrequency of these feedings may lead some people to believe the babies are not being taken care of, the true test of whether baby rabbits are being fed is to check the roundness of their sides and their overall demeanor.