Thursday, 7 July 2016


Most bunnies at the Rescue have a regular diet of hay, grass, Readigrass, vegetables (greens, broccoli, kale, herbs, carrot pieces) and good quality pellets. A small but significant number have their own specific diet to fit their individual health or digestive issues, for example low calcium, higher fibre, no veg, ... Then there are the ones in between, who on a good day can pretty much take the regular diet, but need to be monitored and every now and again restricted to certain things. This involves checking for any signs of digestive upset before handing over the food and adjusting accordingly when it happens.

Not surprisingly, when one was expecting a tasty piece of carrot but one is handed a far-less-appetising fiber stick or extra handful of timothy hay instead, one is not necessarily impressed.

"Bring me the chef. I have some feedback I would like to bestow on his or her shoes."

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