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Bailey will take to any kind of food you put in front of her. She really is an oinker. Rucy would love to get hold of Doritos or anything chips and nuts oriented, but I do caution you. I have read, and have had a friend who experienced a bunny with serious digestive issues due to snacking on those foods. (too much carbohydrates for a bunny's system)
Depending on how much is offered in a single sitting, it can happen overnight, or an imbalance can occur long term with this as a regular snack, even if in smaller amounts. By serious digestive issues, I'm talking mostly about Gi Stasis, which ends up being a slow-down or stop, and if not caught soon enough, can become fatal.
So just be careful, and don't let her sucker you in. They are sooooo good at that. How can we refuse those cute fuzzy faces?!!! It seems so cruel, But I would recommend offering something healthier for her system.