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animals.mom.com/how-to-take-care-of-an-abandoned-baby-rabbit-12523401.html

Mix together your three ingredients according to the following measurements. For newborn bunnies, mix together 5 cc of the kitten milk, ½ cc of acidophilus, and 1 tablespoon of cream for each bunny. For bunnies that are 1 week old, mix together 10-15 cc of kitten milk, ½ cc of acidophilus, and 1 tablespoon of cream.

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Baby bunnies should not be spayed or neutered. It can be very difficult to determine a bunnies sex at a young age. Male baby bunnies can be neutered around 4 months old but it’s still advisable to wait till at least 6 months old. Female baby bunnies should wait till they are at least 6 months old before being spayed.

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The bunnies like dry oatmeal, and it is good for their digestion. A good quality rabbit pellet can be mixed in with the oatmeal as well. Baby carrots, apple, sweet potato, & squash can be given as treats and may work as an appetite stimulus in VERY SMALL amts - NOT TOO MUCH OR YOU WILL DISRUPT THEIR DIGESTIVE TRACT.

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There are lots of adorable rabbits to adopt. These will be much easier to manage and equally rewarding. Visit Rabbit Rescue Groups to get started and read this great blog on taking care of baby bunnies. After you adopt a new furry friend, make sure you know all the basic information on how to care for your rabbit!

www.bio.miami.edu/hare/wildbabies.pdf

Saving Wild Baby Rabbits The best chance for survival of a wild baby rabbit is to leave it in its nest, where the mother will return to take care of it. If you find a wild baby rabbit, let him be, and do not attempt to "rescue" him. Mother cottontails feed their babies only once or twice a day,

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Sometimes baby rabbits need help, but do you know how to tell if they need your intervention for feeding? Most people who raise rabbits can tell you that many times baby bunnies look like they need help, but they really don’t. So then, how do you tell? Let’s say you found a nest of wild baby rabbits in your yard.

www.humanesociety.org/resources/what-do-about-wild-rabbits

Baby rabbits found alone in a nest are usually not orphans. If a nest has been disturbed, put it back together and cover the babies with the grass that originally covered them. To check if the mother is coming to care for them, place several lengths of yarn (small branches work, too) in a grid pattern over the nest.

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Baby cottontails are incredibly fragile and do not take handling by humans well. THEY WILL DIE OF STRESS IF HANDLED IMPROPERLY . Keep baby rabbits in a box in a warm, quiet place away from children, household noise, domestic pets and bright lights.

www.petfinder.com/pet-care/rabbit-care/care-domestic-rabbits

Rabbits may be easy to love, but they’re not quite as easy to care for. These lovable, social animals are wonderful companions for people who take the time to learn about their needs. Though providing care for these adorable creatures isn’t difficult, rabbits have a long lifespan—more than 10 years—and many specific care requirements.

www.thesprucepets.com/warm-up-a-cold-baby-bunny-1835743

Once in a while, a rabbit will give birth somewhere other than a nest box.The husbandry terminology for this is "a doe kindling on a wire." When it doesn't have the tight confines of a nest box, a baby bunny or kit can get separated from its littermates or the mother doe.This is dangerous for newborn bunnies since they are born blind, deaf, and hairless with less-than-paper-thin skin...