You find yourself with a litter of young rabbits and now you will need to find home for them. You want to make sure that the rabbits go to good homes where the rabbits will be well cared. The first thing you should do is take the rabbits to the veterinarian and make sure that the young rabbits are all healthy.
After the veterinarian gives the rabbits a good bill of health, there are, several ways you can find good homes for the rabbits. Start with the newspapers place an ad in the paper that you have rabbits for sale. The reason you are selling the rabbits instead of giving the rabbits away is that if the new owners can afford to pay for the rabbits then there is a better chance of them being able to care for the rabbits. You should only ask for ten to fifteen dollars for each of the rabbits. Remember it is not about the money it is about finding good, loving homes for the rabbits.
The next thing you can do is to place ads on the internet that you have young rabbits for sale. For the same reason again if the new owners can pay for the rabbits then they should be able to care for the rabbits. This usually works well and you should begin to get emails and calls soon.
If however you do not receive the calls and find, enough home for the rabbits you can take the rabbits to a local flea market. The flea markets are, packed with people on the weekends and you will find good homes for the rabbits there. If you do end up at a flea market, do not put the rabbits down on the ground. The flea markets grounds are full of diseases from other animals that people did not take to the veterinarian before they brought their animals to the market. You do not want your rabbits to catch something.
Keep the rabbits inside a clear plastic tote or inside a wire cage in your van or truck. You can line the floor with newspapers to protect your vehicle from accidents.
Once the flea market is over then you should have no rabbits to take back home with you. If however you must you, can simply return the next weekend or find another flea market to take the rabbits too.
This will help to ease your mind that the rabbits will be in good caring home with people that will care for the rabbits just as you did while you had the rabbits.
Rabbits are growing as household pets and so there is a need for them. However, do not be, carried away and breed unwanted pets there are many unwanted pets in the world now that need loving homes already. Breeding more rabbits will only add to the over population of pets and you will begin to have trouble finding good homes in the future for the rabbits.
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How can I know if rabbits are playing or fighting?
I have two sibling baby rabbits and a lop rabbit. The lop rabbit is like 2-3 months old already. I put her to the two baby rabbit’s cage. When one of the baby tried to sniff her, the lop chased the baby rabbit around the cage but stopped. I separated them immediately. But i don’t know if they are just playing or fighting. Should I just leave three of them together so they can get along? Are they playing or fighting? How can I know?
its hard to tell… i think that u should put them in the same cage again and sorta monitor their behavior .. for example check to see if they are hanging out together or the little ones are shying away… also if there is any “phisical abuse” i would assume fighting and separate them immediately… putting them in the same cage again could result in them getting to know eachother better or the older one could be protective of its area … cuz rabbits are very territorial.. but since they are young they might be able to grow up together and not mind… i think its after they mature that they become more territorial.. basically.. give them another chance to be in the same cage BUT jus incase.. keep a close eye on them.. im pretty sure u’ll be able to tell the difference between fighting and playing… hope this helps!..