I bred a Holland Lop doe about 11 days ago. She was ornery and did not submit to the buck - she just sat on the floor of his cage with her tail down. I did raise her hindquarters to try to help it along, and I let the buck have plenty of time to do his thing. However, the buck never did fall off sideways. I put the doe back in with the buck about 6-7 hours later. I palpated the doe yesterday, but I'm pretty sure I didn't feel anything. (Just really small, hard pellets which I'm assuming are droppings.) I felt all around her lower abdomen, but I really didn't feel any blueberry/marble/grape-like things. I've succeeded in palpating a doe before, so I don't think there's anything in there. So: I'm wondering what everyone thinks about re-mating 2 weeks after the first breeding. I've heard differing opinions; some say do it to see the doe's reaction to the buck, and also to get her bred in case she isn't already. Other people say that if you breed the doe a second time, she might conceive in both uterine horns and then give birth to "mummified blobs" instead of kits. Has anyone actually seen such mummified blobs after a second mating? Or have your second matings been successful? And should I breed again, since I didn't feel any kits when palpating?