Rabbits, or bunnies as they are fondly called, must be given only those commercial feeds which they can easily metabolise. They should be given plenty of clean and fresh water to drink. They eat grass hay. They also like to eat vegetables which are dark green in colour and leafy, such as romaine lettuce, escarole lettuce, turnip, mustard, kale, parsley, cilantro, dandelion and basil.
They should be fed fruits and carrots sparingly, that is roughly one tablespoon per pound of their body weight, but once every two days. This is because carrots and fruits are high in sugars. Vegetables which are rich in starch, such as potatoes, and nuts should be avoided at all costs. Vegetables should be introduced to them one at a time, rather than introducing all the varieties of vegetables together. Rabbits should be fed vegetables with such varieties of hay as oat hay, timothy and brome.
Rabbits love grass, lettuce and carrots. My rabbits will also eat fruit such as apples and oranges. I also do give them rabbit pellets. You would be surprised rabbits love a lot of food . They will eat tortillas, bread, and even crackers. They love food......
Bunnies like carrots and lettuce ,(even my own rabbit eats 1 whole apple ) it depends if it is a baby bunny or a rabbit because they need to have it chopped...
A basic rabbit diet should consist of 1 bowl full of commercially brought rabbit food (a well known brand) and generous handfuls of hay everyday because hay should make up 80% of a rabbits diet. Also, fresh water should always be available and shop brought rabbit treats are usually welcome from time to time. Rabbits will also benefit hugely from carrots, apples, celery, brocoli, baby sweetcorn, sugar snap peas, parsnip and most greens. However lettuce (especially iceberg) should not be fed as this can upset their tummy's resulting in illness. Hope this helps to.
Most of the things that are vegies and greens
They like veggies like carrots,lettuce,etc.
Try to feed them some carrots or lettuce and milk
Corn, Timothy hay, carrots
Bunnies mainly eat leaves and other vegetation.They are purely vegetarians.
They are herbivores so mostly lettuce,cabbage,carrots,apples and more.
My rabbits picky and doesn't eat the pellets he just eat everything else what else can I give him?
They like treats lettuce carrots and etc
they also like grass to eat they enjoy playing w/ you 2
Bunnies eat bunny pellets found in your local pet or farm store. For a treat they like celery or carrots . Be careful you must cut the carrots or celery up into very small pieces so your bunny don't choke
Food duh lol well they eat pellets and drink water you can get pellets at any pet store
Ronnie eat celery, carrots, and pretty much any thing that they can chew but you should not give them lettuce because it gives them an upset tummy resulting illness and ronny poop.
My friend and I are doing a project on bunnies and we want to know what they really really love to eat.
My eight bunnies eat the grass in our yard. We bought rabbit food from Wal-mart and give it to them every once in a while for a treat. We want them to learn to survive on their own. Since they are part wild and we live in the country.
Bunnys like carrots and different vegies but you should also maybe check a pet store for bunny food to feed them daily.
Bunnys eat books and poopie. Sometimes they suck on cheese. If you buy a bunny and don't know what to do with it, roast it on a spit and immediatly devour. OH AND THEY ALSO SUCK DING-DONGS!!!