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    I may just be getting a little paranoid as my last bunny got really sick but I've noticed today that my new pair haven't done very many droppings/pee'd much. I don't know if this is just generally unsettled because of travel and new surroundings etc but I'm worried. They do have a little hide which they may be going in but they are spending so much time in there at the moment due to being nervous that I don't want to invade their safe space to find out!

    Apologies for all the posts...im very nervous about getting something wrong with these 2 and am such a worrier!

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    They are gorgeous. Are they eating ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinklewhiskers View Post
    I may just be getting a little paranoid as my last bunny got really sick but I've noticed today that my new pair haven't done very many droppings/pee'd much. I don't know if this is just generally unsettled because of travel and new surroundings etc but I'm worried. They do have a little hide which they may be going in but they are spending so much time in there at the moment due to being nervous that I don't want to invade their safe space to find out!

    Apologies for all the posts...im very nervous about getting something wrong with these 2 and am such a worrier!

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    Yeah travel and change are stressful and puts them off their food sometimes.

    Can you put some fresh grass or herbs or something into their hide? Or sprinkle a few pellets (or treats if you use them)?
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    They seem to be eating fine. Ive just put their evening pellets, greens and hay and they are both out quick as a flash and munching away. They have both been out to have a look during the day and I've seen them both eating some kale and some hay. Not drunk a huge amount of water since this morning. I've given them a bowl and bottle to see what they prefer.

    It's just the lack of poops that is concerning me. How long do I continue with them eating/drinking and exploring totally fine if they don't seem to be going to the toilet much?

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    Aaaand we have heaps of poop! In future please just tell me to calm down and stop being so paranoid! sorry!

    When Marty got sick the first thing I noticed was that he wasn't pooping much and I still beat myself up that I maybe didn't get him to a vet quickly enough, hence the very quick jump to panic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinklewhiskers View Post
    Aaaand we have heaps of poop! In future please just tell me to calm down and stop being so paranoid! sorry!

    When Marty got sick the first thing I noticed was that he wasn't pooping much and I still beat myself up that I maybe didn't get him to a vet quickly enough, hence the very quick jump to panic!

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    After you've nursed a sick bunny, it takes a bit of time to realise that all buns aren't going to go the same way.
    Most have healthy lives

    Glad you have poop
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    Buster getting a bit bolder and came out to play for a little tonight so thought I'd share some slightly better photos!

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    He's so very beautiful I'm pleased he's feeling a bit more settled.
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    They are gorgeous, I’m sure they will soon settle in

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