Baby Bunnies





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Published on Jan 28, 2009

The baby bunnies in this video are five days old. They were born on January 21, 2009.

As precious as baby bunnies are the breeding rate of bunnies is very strong. A female can breed every 28 days!

Here are ten reasons to spay or neuter your bunny.
1. Male and female rabbits that are not spayed or neutered can start spraying urine to mark their territory when they start becoming hormonal at about four months old.

2. Approximately 80% of un-spayed rabbits get uterine cancer at an early age.

3. Spayed or neutered rabbits that live in the house on the proper diet have a life span of ten to thirteen years.

4. Un-spayed or un-neutered rabbits that live outside have an average life span of three years.

5. Many behavioral problems are a result of a rabbit not being spayed or neutered. Such as lunging, boxing, grunting, biting, not using the litter box, not wanting to be held, trying to escape from their living quarters.

6. Spayed or neutered rabbits are much more likely to use their litter box.

7. There are many rabbit knowledgeable veterinarians that perform spay and neuter on rabbits.

8. Rabbits should always live with at least one other rabbit. Rabbits that are spayed or neutered are much easier to bond (both must be fixed before bonding can take place), plus there will be no unwanted litters.

9. Your relationship with your rabbit will be a happy and healthy one.

10. Every day rabbits are killed at shelters due to the huge overpopulation. By spaying or neutering you rabbit you are helping to put an end to this.

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