TheLukeMeister's Chat Thread!!!

Discussion in 'Games, Jokes, and Fun!' started by TheLukeMeister, Jul 20, 2015.

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    Luke, I have a question. Our neighbors are away, and they're rabbits had babies. We have separated all the other rabbits except the mother. The mom isn't really taking Care of them. what can I do?
     
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  10. TheLukeMeister

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    That's perfectly normal, the mother tries to stay away from the babies as much as possible as to not attract predators. Just check their bellies in the morning and make sure that they are plump and solid. If not, then take the mother and babies inside and put the mother on her back on your lap and hold her down (it may take 2 people to do that [​IMG]) and let the babies nurse from her for about 5-10 minutes, then, check their bellies again to make sure they are full. If you need more help, PM me [​IMG].

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    The mother should have pulled her off her nipples to expose them, if not, pull the hair yourself (it wont hurt the mom)
     

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