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My 9 month old (approx) neutered bunny usually has a huge appetite. He's always eager for food (greens, hay, pellets) and I feed him pellets and fresh veggies twice a day and refill his hay every night. He always wants more. But not today. He is eating some and has pooped and peed but not nearly as much as normal. He ate only half his pellets, wasn't interested in lettuce and chewed on other veggies but not with his usual exuberance. He has been eating some hay throughout the day too. He's also not as active as he usually is. Is this unusual? It's been about 24 hours. (Like I said, he has pooped and peed several times in that time, but not as much as usual)
He did this once before about a month ago and then was back to normal. That was on a really hot day though so I thought maybe his energy was sapped from the heat. It has not been hot today.
Thanks for any input. I've only had him about 2 months and he's my first bunny.