I had bought a rabbit last week that looked a bit thin but noticed no other problems, I got her home and she started sneezing alot! She was not close to any other rabbits but I did not change my clothes between caring for them. I didn't think of that. I never went straight from sneezer to the other rabbits. Well we culled her and found she was a he... any ways. Today was the hottest day we have had this year and I had frozen bottles out for the buns and noticed one rabbit had a wet face. Her nose and mouth were so wet it looked matted. Her neck was wet as well but not as bad. Her paws were wet and I did see her grooming her face. I moved her right away. She is not having any other symptoms I can think of. She may have ear mites but we treated with horse paste about 4 days ago. I had another rabbit with a wet chin but she was resting her head on her bottle and her chin/neck were very cold so I am sure hers was just the condensation on the bottle wetting her fur. Now I am just worrying if I moved her for no reason. How long should I keep her away from the others after she is symptom free? Also is a rabbit treated with horse paste safe for humans or dogs to eat? I have it in the fridge waiting for a reply. Thanks, Missy I know I have seen something similar to this asked before but searched and could not find what I needed. Sorry for the repeat.