Rabbits like to eat plenty of grass and grass hay, but pellets and greens can be added to their diet. They also eat seeds, tree barks, tender twigs and fruits. Ideally, their diet should mimic the wild as much as possibl... More »

During periods of warmth and fauna abundance, wild rabbits eat grass, weeds, wildflowers, clover and crops grown on farms or in gardens. In the cold winter months, their diet shrinks to twigs and bark, conifer needles, b... More »

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Daffodils, hardy geranium, epimedium, bee balm and peonies are some flowers that rabbits do not like to eat. Annuals, such as pelargonium geraniums, wax begonias, and ageratum, also top rabbits' list of least-liked foods... More »

Dwarf rabbits need to eat a well balanced diet of hay, pellets, fresh vegetables and fruits, according to the University of Arkansas. The pet foods available for dwarf rabbits at pet food stores are not as nutritious as ... More »

Teacup bunnies, or Netherland dwarf rabbits, require a diet consisting of vegetables, hay, water and pellets. Due to their smaller size, their gastrointestinal systems are more delicate than other rabbits, and must be fe... More »

Rabbits eat timothy-grass, hay, fruit, flowers, pellets and fresh vegetables. Hay is the main staple of the pet rabbit diet and should comprise 90 percent of what their diet. More »

Both captive and wild rabbits are herbivores, sustaining on a diet of vegetation, hay and fruits. Wild rabbits forage for preferred grasses, wild berries and figure out ways into nearby vegetable or flower gardens. More »