This is BAD.

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by TroyerGal, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. TroyerGal

    TroyerGal Chillin' With My Peeps

    Once again, my rebellious teenager (rabbit lol) snuck out of the house, and BRED with my "wild" rabbit. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    Let it be known that we have 6 kids 6 and under, so... yeah... thats how the door was left open. WHAT DO I DOOOOOOO?!!!?????
    She's already had 2 litters in the span of 1 and 1/2 months!!!!!!!!
     
  2. junebuggena

    junebuggena Chicken Obsessed

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    Keep her in her cage, and only let her out when you can supervise?
     
  3. TroyerGal

    TroyerGal Chillin' With My Peeps

    I mean... What do i do about the babies? Will she be okay?
     
  4. Bunnylady

    Bunnylady POOF Goes the Pooka

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    Maybe, maybe not. She might miss on this breeding. If her body is really stressed, she might reabsorb the babies. She may have them and raise them just fine, or she may be so worn down from so many litters back-to-back that she has trouble - there's really no telling.[​IMG]
     
  5. TroyerGal

    TroyerGal Chillin' With My Peeps

    Whew! I just now remembered that... She's been doing well. I'll just boost her calories and see what happens [​IMG] Thanks!
     
  6. DutchBunny03

    DutchBunny03 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Was the wild rabbit a North American wild rabbit? If so, you do not have to worry about kits. The domestic rabbit is a descendant of the European wild rabbit, so domestic rabbits and the wild rabbits we have here are incompatible.
     
  7. TroyerGal

    TroyerGal Chillin' With My Peeps

    The rabbit was a purebred New Zealand [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  8. DutchBunny03

    DutchBunny03 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ok. You may have kits, you may not. Try palpating around day 12-14 to see.
     

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