I bred my bunnies together last month. Mama is a spotted grey and daddy is a blue otter. I went out yesterday to check her (she was due the 11th) and saw the fur moving. I got a bucket and took all the babies out to see what colors they were and how many she'd had. This is her first litter. She had 9 total: 3 spotted black and 6 black. Today I was showing the babies to a friend of mine. I pulled 2 babies out of the fur, a spotted and a black. When I went to put them back I noticed that some of the babies were in the front of the nest box. I started moving them to the back where the rest of the babies were. There were 3 spotted in the front??? What gives??? So I got my bucket and started pulling babies from the fur again to see how many there were. Sometime between yesterday morning and this morning she has had 2 more babies! So mama now has 11 babies total...5 spotted and 6 blacks. I'm glad I only put her with the buck once since I've read that breeding them twice increases the litter size! The 'new' ones are half as big as the older ones, they'll be okay right? This is the only doe rabbit I have so I don't have any other mamas to split them with.