My Rabbit Had Babies Can I Touch Them? (V2 Coming Soon!)

My Rabbit Had Babies Can I Touch Them

Hi, everyone! I’m so excited to share my latest news with you all: my rabbit had babies! Aren’t they the cutest things you’ve ever seen? I’m absolutely in love with them and can’t wait to share more pictures and updates with you all as they grow up.

But before I get too ahead of myself, I wanted to ask: is it okay to touch them? I know we’re all dying to cuddle with those little fluff balls,


Rabbits are lovely creatures that make great indoor pets. If you have a pet rabbit, you may be wondering if it’s okay to handle the babies.

Rabbits are actually very prone to stress, and handling them too much can be harmful. It’s best to wait until the babies are at least three weeks old before handling them. Even then, you should only handle them for a few minutes at a time.

What to do when your rabbit has babies

It’s an exciting time when your rabbit has babies, but it’s important to resist the urge to handle them too much. Baby rabbits are delicate and fragile, and too much handling can harm them.

The best thing you can do for your bunny and her litter is to provide a safe, comfortable place for them to bond and grow. Make sure the nesting area is quiet and dark, and keep kids and other pets away from the area to give mom and her babies some peace and privacy.

Once the babies are a few weeks old, you can start handling them gently for short periods of time. Get them used to being held and touched so they’ll be friendly and socialized when they’re ready to leave mom and go to their forever homes.

Should you touch the babies?

You might be eager to hold and cuddle your rabbit’s newborn babies, but it’s best to resist the urge. Although it’s tempting, avoid picking up or handling the kittens for the first two weeks if possible. This gives them time to bond with their mother and learn important survival skills such as nursing. After two weeks, you can slowly introduce yourself to the litter by petting them during short visits.

How to bottle feed baby rabbits

If you find yourself in the position of needing to bottle feed baby rabbits, don’t worry, it’s not as difficult as it may seem. You will need to purchase a few supplies before getting started and have a little bit of patience, but with a little practice, you’ll be a pro in no time.

First, you will need to purchase a Baby Rabbit Feeding Kit. This kit will contain everything you need to get started, including a baby bottle and nipple, formula, and syringes. You can purchase this kit at most pet stores or online.

Once you have your kit, sterilize all of your equipment by boiling it for 5 minutes. Then, make up a bottle of formula according to the instructions on the packaging. The amount of formula you will need will depend on how many rabbits you are feeding and how often you plan to feed them.

When you are ready to feed the rabbits, hold them in your lap so they feel secure. Gently insert the nipple into their mouth and tilt the bottle so the formula flows into their mouth. Be careful not to overfeed them – they should only consume about 10% of their body weight per day.

If you are feeding multiple rabbits, you may want to consider investing in a rabbit Feeder. This is a device that attaches to the side of their cage and dispenses food automatically. This can make feeding time much easier, especially if you are caring for a large number of rabbits.

What to do if a baby rabbit dies

If a baby rabbit dies, remove it from the nest and bury it. The mother will usually not try to nurse a dead kitten, and it can cause an infection if she does. If the mother rabbit is showing signs of distress or not caring for her kittens, contact a professional


Yes, you can touch the baby rabbits, but be very gentle. You should only pick them up if necessary, such as if you need to move them to a new location. It’s important to not handle them too much so that they can bond with their mother and stay healthy.


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