So while browsing rural king for feed and free popcorn, not chicks (they just had guineas, but I swear I wasn't going to get any chicks), I found these cute little bunnies. We had just lost our dog and the kids were asking for another one nearly every day. I can't really see paying to feed a dog that just poops right where I normally walk and harasses the chickens. So here I am staring at these little bunnies and one comes right up to the door and looks at me with those cute red eyes, like please take me home. Being the sucker that I am, I brought one home. But I am totally clueless on raising a rabbit. I have no idea how old it is, what kind it is, and if it's just going to be another animal to clean up after that doesn't provide some sort of service (it will stay no matter). So here I'm hoping that with a picture you might be able to tell me a little about what I need to do with this little furball. It is currently in a rabbit hutch that I used for transporting chicks, with a wire floor. Does it need to have some type of bedding or can it safely live on wire? It also has rabbit pellets designed for growing rabbits. I assume that this is a baby, although I have no real way of knowing. I also chipped off some of the trophy rock (mineral/salt block). I'm not sure if it needs it, so I just have it ready if someone tells me it's ok. I assume that it will not grow antlers I also have a nipple waterer that the chicks never figured out. It has been eating and drinking, and it likes to be held and pet. I really hope this is good news, and maybe will mean I end up with a friendly rabbit. How much does it need fed? I have no idea how much it weighs, I'm horrible at guessing. Less than our 4 month old chickens, but more than a roll of paper towel (see how horrible is that?!) How do I litter train this little guy (I assume it's a boy, because I seem to like to pick up males at Rural King)? Can I put it in with the chickens during the day while we are outside? I don't have access to hay and I'm not spending $5 for that tiny bag of hay that they sell for rabbits. I'm also not sure buying a full bale for one rabbit is worth it. So can I feed it grass and greens from the garden? Any no no's for rabbits? Too many questions?