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Kits and veg

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Pampered pets, Aug 5, 2009.


  1. Pampered pets

    Pampered pets PetForums Senior

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    When can kits have veg and what sort can they have?
     
  2. bellabunnylops

    bellabunnylops PetForums Junior

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    I always give veg to all my doe's with kits love it I have a litter of 4 weeks old frenchies and they turn in to piranahs when they see me coming with broccolli or spring greens! they love it. I do bum checks for runny bums 4 times a day just to make sure they are ok with veg etc x Usually my kits are eating fresh veg since about 3wks old.
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  3. Pampered pets

    Pampered pets PetForums Senior

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    ok thanks, but i thought id been told not to give kits veg ??? confused now.

    Thanks for answering me anyway, perhaps everyone else is to busy arguing to offer an answer :(
     
  4. kelly-m-e

    kelly-m-e PetForums Member

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    Iv got 7 two week old baby rabbits. Thay have only just started to run around. When I put veg in with mom they lick it! (Don't think they've realised they can chew it!)

    I wasn't too worried about it... I thought it was just part of growing up!

    I just keep an eye out for runny bums like what was said previously :)
     
  5. Pampered pets

    Pampered pets PetForums Senior

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    Mine have been out of the nest running round since they were 3 weeks old, but only at night so i used to feed mum veg in day, now they are permanantly out and when i put veg in the devoured it.

    Ok il give them some but small bits.

    Thanks.
     
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