Hi, I am new to this forum and after some advice please! I have 2 female does who are 2 years old and in May we brought a buck (felt sorry for him in the garden centre ). Anyway, I was told that the does were too told to have babies as after the age of 15 months if they haven't bred before then they will have too much fat around their ovaries and won't be able to have kits. WRONG!! On Saturday I noticed 4 kits in the hutch with the does. I established who the mum was and removed the other doe. (The buck has always lived in a seperate hutch but I used to let them all out together). Thankfully mum seems to be doing a great job and the kits seem fine, BUT.... 1) Because I didn't know she was pregnant she has been around the buck for her entire pregnancy and now I am so worried that she may have a new litter whilst her current litter are still very young 2) Now I have been told that having a litter at such an 'old' age could've killed her and I am panicing like mad. At the moment she seems fine, even more affectionate than before. I'd be gutted if anything were to happen to her. Any advice would be great! Thanks, Hayley.