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I ZSRR świetne powraca do tego falami wspinają, się ilość veterinarians office more, too. I try and teach people to not fall into the treat trap, where you get your used to getting these treats all the time. This is because they beg you for them all day if you get them used to them. They are smart and know how to push our buttons. If they get a treat for jumping up your lap and licking your face, prepare to have a very wet face all the time. Rabbits live for treats and repeat behavior to get them over and over. This is why it is easy to train pet bunnies. They literally do almost anything for a treat. Good luck and let me know how things go with your new friend. The I have questions concerning wild rabbits. About a month ago, we found 4 dead rabbits our back yard one weekend. 1 on Friday, 2 on Saturday then another one on They 't have any sign of being attacked or injured. Then 4 days ago, we saw one stuck a groove the grass, trying to move but his lower half of the body seemed paralyzed. We were going to help him out, but got distracted with our babies, and by the time we remember get to him about 2 hours later, he has died. I have been feeling upset and guilty for not helping the poor thing. However, more concerned about not knowing what's going on. Is this a sign of infectious disease or poisons? We just moved into our house over a month and the previous owner did not take care of the yard. It has a wild, out of control garden, which I 't know what all the plants are. We also notice the next door neighbor is obsessed with his lawn, always keeping it green and clean. Maybe he put something out? As bad as it sounds, but we're hoping that poisons were the cause rather than infectious disease, because now we're afraid to hang out the back yard. What do you think and what do you suggest we do? Every morning I'm afraid to look out the back yard and another dead rabbit. Sounds more like a poison but it is definitely possible that it could be a disease. I know little about wild rabbits and even less about their medical conditions. Wish I could be more help. The good news is that wild rabbits survive by mass producing and they quickly re-populate if there is not a pathogen present. Rabbits are considered pests communities, it is quite likely that a neighbor or even the city is using something. Often, the local residents are not aware that this is even going on. If it continues, I would definitely report this to your local health department or city official. It is not normal for this to occur, to knowledge. Hi friend I was having two female rabbit they were more than cute and beautiful. They were very friendly problem is something like fateful morning I saw one of them lying her box and another was seems to good I pulled her out and I saw she was not moving. like paralyzed she just lie on ground neither walking nor eating but last night she was eating and she died on 21st Aug the same day another rabbit was good but after evening she also left paralyzed she stops eating another day morning I was getting ready to take her to hospital as soon as I put her her box and picked the box she starts shaking her legs and opened her eyes very much and DIED front of eye she died yesterday on 22 Aug. Both of children like rabbit died. I remember I had given them on 21 Aug night grass from outside from where I daily give them both children like rabbits died. I am not getting a possible reason of their death can you tell me. I cried It is hard to say why your bunnies died. It is very sad and I know that I would be crying, too. People need to understand that rabbits are fragile and delicate pets. They are very sensitive to things the environment, from household cleaners to house plants. Anything like that could have poisoned your bunnies. Virtually all household cleaners and soaps are toxic for rabbits. are most house plants and outdoor plants. Rabbits are a domestic animal, they do not know poisonous plants from good ones, like wild rabbits do. I recommend NOT getting another rabbit until you learn what hurt your bunnies, otherwise this most likely happen again. The I know it's almost a year later but I thought I should put this up for anyone stopping by. If the grass you were giving them was treated recently, or if you live near some farms the grass could have toxins on it. But the other thing is if you were giving them grass clippings then that have been it. Grass clippings no matter how small the amount, ferment and become toxic to rabbits. A friend of mine, had someone watching her rabbits and he didn't know, he gave all of them grass clippings trying to be helpful and sadly a lot of them died. I'm sorry for your