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Last Post by Skipper's Mama at 9/08/2012 10:08 AM (3 Replies)
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User is Offline Skipper's Mama
Florida
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9/08/2012 5:39 AM
I was wonderig if this normal and feel a little foolish about asking my vet. But Skipper seems to get confused about which poo is her cecals and pellets. She'll bite into her pellets and nibble on them until she realizes that it's not the right thing. Is this normal or do I just have a silly rabbit who is a little slow? =p

User is Offline jerseygirl
Australia
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9/08/2012 7:04 AM
A couple of my rabbits eat their normal poos sometimes. It if they are eating ALL of the normal poop that you would need to worry I think.
Ive even seen mine crack open the poos that have a hair ball in them. Rabbits can be weird...

I don't think its cause for concern. You can always ask at Skippers next checkup though, if you're curious.
Whoever says "It's only a rabbit" has obviously never loved a rabbit.

User is Offline Hunny's Momma
Beautiful New England
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9/08/2012 7:44 AM
My buns will bite into a couple then they just leave them laying there in a crumbs... Idk why they do it, maybe it's their way of checking to make sure that things are AOK, lol.

User is Offline Skipper's Mama
Florida
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9/08/2012 10:08 AM
Okay, thanks guys. I kinda of was just wondering why she does it and if anyone else's bun has done it. She doesn't do it too often but it's something I've seen herr do since she was a baby so I curious. Thank you for the responses. =]
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