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    Find out the type of rabbit you have. We got our first wee rabbit from a friend as she could no longer have her but I want to know what breed she is. Is there anyway to find out apart from googling and trying to guess out of a long list?
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    If you can post a photo and her weight then we can have a go but there is no definitive way. Is there a particular reason you want/need to know besides interest sake?
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    Yeah I would just like to know out of interest! That would be good if you can, this is what she looks like, I'm not sure about her weight though



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    She looks like a (slightly tubby!) nethie cross, with hotot marks (although the black ears aren't part of that)

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    I don't know I'm afraid but she is gorgeous!

    Binky free sweet Honey! Missing you loadsxx

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    I reckon an exceptionally overweight hotot. Or a very charlie cross breed (Charlie being the markings). Maybe thinking a Charlie.
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    Thanks! I got her like this so will I need to cut her food down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieekins View Post
    Thanks! I got her like this so will I need to cut her food down?
    Rabbits diets should be 90% hay and pellets should be thought of as a treat It depends on the rabbit, but I feed my pair a handful between them a night the rest of the time they have hay and herbs occasionally. Things like carrot and banana are full of sugar and should only be fed as a treat.

    If you want to start cutting food down do it slowly as buns have very sensitive tums

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieekins View Post
    Thanks! I got her like this so will I need to cut her food down?
    Can you tell us what her diet is like and also what her accommodation set up and exercise is like?
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    Thank you that's helped me out! I just took the advice of the girl who had her before me.

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