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Date Posted: 14:38:40 07/12/07 Thu
Author: Shelby (:%)
Subject: Re: How do I know if my rabbit is in labor??


My rabbit Betty is about 28 1/2 days pregnant.
Yesterday we noticed her pullling out fur and digging
so we discided to put the nest box in her hutch. She worked on it all day long, and then just stopped. And all day today she has been acting very mean and seems to be very very tired. More so than usual. But she dosent seem sick because she is eating and drinking like normal. So my friend and I discided to put some more straw in her nest box to see if maybe she would work on it some more, but she isn't at all interested. I am now concerd that maybe she is in labor? How long will it last and is there anything I can do to help her anlong. Please help me!!

a questioning rabbit owner

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