Hi y'all! Posting here because I've read and reread every post I can everywhere about does eating their kits, but none of them "fit" with my situation. About a month and a half ago, my Angora doe had what I am assuming was her first litter (we adopted/rescued her the month before, and had no clue she was of age or was able). She had pulled some hair, but again, since I didn't think she was old enough I thought it was excessive grooming due to stress. So. She had no nest box, and I found her babies the next morning mostly piled neatly. There were a couple who were off by themselves. None of them were alive. I'm taking blame for that litter, as I'm sure they got too cold overnight (we here in MO at that time were still having some 50 and 60-ish degree temps overnight) and I suck and didn't know what was happening. So we rebred her (to a different buck) about a week later. She kindled late last night, and only had two kits. She ate parts of them...was an awful discovery first thing this morning. One was in the nest box and one was out on the cage floor. Do I rebreed, or is she just an awful mom? Other posts I've read say if the doe eats her first and second litters to give her one more chance, as she may just be inexperienced. I don't know whether to count this as her second litter or not...to be honest, I can't stand much more loss of life. Our entire flock was wiped out a few weeks back too...I think maybe by a possum. We've since caught one, and Fort Knox'd the coop and poultry yard again. Starting to think I'm not cut out for all this!! Any thoughts or advice or stories are much appreciated. Thank y'all!!!