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Kathy Thomson wrote at 2007-05-28 17:14:50
I have been doing a great deal of research on how to provide for bunnies. I was concerned when I saw that coneflowers were listed as food because they are on a list of toxic plants that are unsafe for bunnies. I also read on several sites where it is best to provide the natural foods that attract bunnies as they will become dependent on other foods such as carrots and vegetables from your home and it is probably best for them if they have to seek out the natural foods that you have provided but that they could also find elsewhere if necessary. I truly hope that this helps.

Hol wrote at 2007-07-24 22:56:47
The bunnies near my house love white bread. We have been feeding them for a few months and they seem healthy enough, but I would limit the amount so that they eat natural food as well. Good luck.

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I can answer questions about wild rabbits and hares, especially the Eastern cottontail rabbit. I also have knowledge about pet rabbits.


Besides having had a rabbit as a pet, I have spent many hours observing them in the wild, and I read everything I can on them. I have access to many books and other resources about rabbits and hares.

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