So my doe, a holland lop, is about 2 1/2 weeks pregnant. (This Wednesday marks 3 weeks). She and the male holland are let out of their cages each day into the goat pen where they run and play all day long and then at night, because it's colder, we've been putting them in the garage in a kiddie pool with rabbit wire around it and it's filled with hay for them to bed down into. Well, today when we went to bring them in for the night, we noticed inside that both rabbits were inside the goat house. It is filled with hay, but on the dirt floor. There is a pallet in one corner of the house with hay on top of it as well. So...underneath the pallet looks to be a tunnel. It was getting dark and we couldn't see how deep it was or if there was anything in it. We put them in the garage and felt the females stomach and she is still pregnant. My question is this...is she beginning to nest already and building the tunnel to have the babies there? Should I not let her outside for awhile to prevent her from having the babies outside? There isn't natural sunlight in the garage so if I were to take away her playtime outside...what do I do to help her get sunlight? If I did let her stay outside and have her babies, would the male eat them? We wanted to do a colony type set-up anyway once these babies were bigger...but we just didn't know how to handle it in the beginning. As far as them being in the goat house...there is only one goat, a mini-lamancha who loves the rabbits and they have been seen laying side-by-side. With them burrowing under the pallet I'm not as concerned about the babies being stepped on by the goat when they are tiny. So many questions about how to handle this!!! Thanks for your advice!