Thankyou for the reply.
The weather at the moment isn't warm, it's quite cold and very windy today. We just started spring over here in Australia.
A couple of hours ago she decided to follow me outside and explores the backyard, grazing on grass. Then she hopped into her outside hutch. I rinsed under tap water some parsley (her favourite), basil, corriander, cauliflower, carrot & a small slice of apple so there would be extra moisture to hydrate her when she ate it. She's been eating well since hopping in her hutch.
Unfortunately, my dad is pretty stubborn. He used to breed rabbits and always had them housed outside so he thinks Lilly will be fine in a hutch out in the backyard. But it is a big change for her and it's annoying because I always wanted a house rabbit so I knew they were 100% safe inside with me.
The main concern for her living indoors was her toilet training. She was very good when she was first introduced to our home, going to toilet on newspaper in the same corner. But a few moths later, it was uncontrollable and she was pooping everywhere which irritated my parents. I did get her a litterbox and placed a few droppings in there for her so she'd get the idea, but she didn't use it at as much as the carpet.
The vet did a full body check-up. She checked teeth, clipped nails, checked weight of bunny, eyes, stomache, spine, and nose for discharge and all was fine. The vet did say that the little pink lumps were for when she has babies as she hasnt been spayed yet. I will be getting her done in the next few weeks so I can adopt another pet bunny as company for her.
I care about my bunny so much, so if she gets worse I am definately taking her for another trip to the vet for treatment. Maybe there was something the vet didn't pick up on.
Thanks again for your reply, I will keep you posted