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    Default Myra is nesting

    This is our first experience with baby rabbits. I have spent the last week reading up and speaking to local vets and pet shops.
    I am aware it being her first (and only) litter that theyay no survive but doing the best we can for her.

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    The chances are that she will be fine, if she is over 6 months old. There is not much you can do, she will do everything. The only thing I have observed is they love fresh veg especially dandelion leaves and grass so if you are able to supply a good portion of these every day she will be more than happy. I think this sort of food must help them with the milk. Good luck with her.

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    She is a year old or slightly more. She was a rescue x

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    Most rabbits have babies very easily. It's what they live for in a sense. There is nothing they like more than having their little ones sitting next to them (when they are about 3 weeks old). Mum's are very proud and baby rabbits are usually angelic , they are never naughty and Mum never has to discipline them.

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