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animals.mom.com/raise-orphan-baby-rabbits-3936.html

If you know the mother of domestic baby rabbits is dead or seriously ill, you can attempt to raise the kits, as they're called. If you think the mother is neglecting her babies, that's another story. Mother rabbits pretty much leave their offspring alone, except to feed them twice daily. If you do take on ...

thenaturetrail.com/rabbit-breeding/care-newborn-baby-bunny

I routinely handle my babies just after they are born and have never had a mom reject her kits. Domestic rabbits are quite use to human scents and being around humans. Even though some of them will be annoyed with you, they will still take care of their babies. This baby rabbit is newly born. It’s very important to keep newborn rabbits warm.

www.reference.com/pets-animals/can-baby-rabbits-leave-mum-220384a0bdc113c5

Baby rabbits are born furless and with their eyes closed. The mother rabbit nurses the kittens and leaves the nest to forage for food. It is not unusual to find baby rabbits alone in a nest of straw, twigs and fur, as the mother often comes back at night to wean. Cottontail rabbits grow fur faster than other types of rabbits and are able to ...

rabbitsmarties.com/2012/02/baby-bunny-care-touch-warm-clean

Keeping Baby Bunnies Safe – Touch them, keep them warm and dry. Cool Tips , Rabbit Care / By Ellyn I received some questions via email from a breeder who I believe is taking very good care of her first litter of Holland Lops I thought some of these tips would be helpful to other new rabbit rasiers as well.

www.rabbitmatters.com/baby-rabbits.html

This page is all about baby rabbits. If you are buying, or thinking of buying, a rabbit and want to find out how to care for, and what to feed a young rabbit, then please go to Buying a Rabbit The breeding season for most rabbits lasts 9 months with the average size of a litter usually between 4 to 12 babies (kits), but this does vary.

www.animalwised.com/what-to-feed-a-baby-rabbit-2537.html

There are several reasons why your baby rabbit may be without a mother. The mother could have died, rejected the kits or even run off. If a newborn baby rabbit has been left without a mother and you have adopted them, here are the steps to follow when feeding: Week 1 and 2: only formula milk twice a day - at noon and the end of late afternoon.

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.

wildrescuetexas.org/wildrabbit.html

Baby rabbits leave the nest at approximately 3-4 weeks of age (sometimes older). If the rabbit is as big as a tennis ball (or fully fills your hand), then it is able to survive in the wild. If it fits within your hand or is obviously small or injured, then it needs to be re-nested or taken to a wildlife rehabilitator as soon as possible.At 3-4 ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_long_will_wild_baby_rabbits_live_without_their_mom

It depends on how old the baby rabbit is. If not already weaned, most babies will not survive long without their mother's milk, a few days at best. And their digestive system will not handle many ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111022085508AAKr1E5

Feed baby rabbits no more than twice a day. Baby rabbits normally feed only ONCE a day, but you're not mama and the KMR is not as caloric as rabbit milk---so if baby does not take in the total amount quoted below in one feeding, you may split the feedings in half, AM/PM - but no more frequently as it can cause severe gastrointestinal distress.