I was out feeding and cleaning for the day putzin around the chicken pen i smell something dead...I take a nice close look around counting heads looking for dead wildlidfe and there is nothing to be found. I take a peek into the bunny pen through a crack and behold, i see 2 baby bunny butts...ugggggg....Well.....apparently my bunnies are NOT both girlies >first off<!!! So I prepare myself, I gather a plastic bag, i undo the entire side of the pen. There they are....9 babies! 7 of which were dead. The 2 live ones I removed right away and put them in the crate i use as a brooder for very small chicks. I then proceed to remove the bodies of these 7 little bunnies. I add them to the fire pit and light everything ablaze. I hose out the pen and scrub it well then I put mama in the crate with the babies. One of them was still wet and it died about 20 minutes later. So here I am, with a huge mama rabbit and 1 little round, rolly polly kit in a crate in my bathroom. I have no other place to house them, she's not looking to be a super mom although this little guy/girl is fat and sassy, Mama just flops on her belly and baby cant get under. What I want to know is this...can i hand feed it? If so, what do i need? I've never had baby bunnies this little in my life. They cant be more than a day old because i just had the pen opened 2 days ago cleaning. Also, the mama and dady were brother and sister...are we looking at a hugely contaminated gene pool here? Enclosed are some pics of the little chubinski.