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Rabbits evidently need alot of fiber in thier diet. When we got Laurel's rabbit, the store told us to be sure to keep cardboard boxes in the cage both for protection from the wire cage and for the rabbit to eat as the rabbit food was too low in fiber (it is made of grass mostly). Maybe rabbits are like goats and eat anything that is handy.Love, Mom
Colleen, appreciate your blog and your newsletters. Thanks for sharing these glimpses into your world. Regarding the plaster - I've read that an animal will eat clay when its stomach is upset...it helps to soothe and protect the lining. Maybe your bunny has a tummy ache? Or it may need additional minerals - doesn't plaster have calcium in it? Blessings!
Long ago we kept rabbits and they will chew anything they can reach, especially the wood frames of their cages. It is evidently getting some nutrient out of the plaster. ec
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