Doe is ignoring babies and wants out of cage

by Gemma
(Newcastle upon Tyne)

My rabbit has had 5 baby rabbits, she does not seen to want anything to do with them. she bangs on the cage till we let her out and wants attention all the time. Is this normal?

***** Karen Sez *****
Sounds like a rabbit with a great personality! She's probably a lot of fun, no?

Let me ask this - do her babies have fat round tummies? If so, she's not ignoring them at all. She's doing her rabbit-thing as normal - spending 5 minutes a day with the babies, and wanting YOUR attention for the other 23+ hours a day!

I think probably all is well, as long as the bunnies have round tummies.

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Mar 07, 2012
by: gemma

Thanks for comments yes the baby rabbits are doing great now, doe is a lot more happy now just wants me all the time, thanks for your help.

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