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Whether meal or treat food, it's fun to watch a rabbit eat in awe and paradise, especially food you make- dedicated especially to your, well, special rabbit that deserves your well-made food.

Some of these recipes are made by me, otherwise I made another variation of another recipe. If the only thing that happens when you give it the food is that it takes a small whiff and ignores it later, it is not my problem or yours. Every rabbit has a different preference, just like humans. Although the stereotypical thought of all rabbits loving carrots, (Bugs Bunny come to mind?) it doesn't apply to every. Please do not take the recipe made by me or ask. It is mine unless credited and stated otherwise.

Remember, please use common sense when it comes to recipes that are treats. Overfeeding treats will cause obesity and other problems.

Friday, September 7, 2007

Rabbit Porridge

Finally something healthy, simple, and gooey! This unique recipe, specially made for sick rabbits, (they need something too) it's useful for those times..

(For rabbits that aren't eating or drinking due to disability or illness should be syringe fed with this recipe)
(Credits to Willa's Ark)
1/2 Fresh Carrot
1/8 Apple
3-4 Fresh Broccoli Spears
1 Cup Fresh Spinach
2 Tablespoons Fruit Yogurt (not sugar free, aspertame can cause serious problems for bunnies!)
1/2 Cup Uncooked Oatmeal

Put the carrot, apple, broccoli, spinach, and yogurt in a blender. Puree ingredients until smooth (add water to get it going). Add oatmeal and continue to puree, adding water until you have the consistency of yogurt and it can be fed from a syringe. You may also use different vegetables, but make sure you use oatmeal. The porridge is ready for feeding. Store extra porridge covered in the refrigerator, and do not use after more than 12 hours.
Syringe feed your bunny water too, in order to make sure she is not becoming dehydrated. For bunnies that have diarrhea, feed them a serving of ben-e-bac once per day.


Kiki said...

Nice recipe. Thanks you.

Kate said...

Now I know what to do if my rabbit gets ill... Thank you for sharing this recipe. I always feel bad every time I see my pets getting sick especially my rabbits. When I see one not getting out the rabbit hutch I already panic.

Heather Baker said...

Bunnies aren't supposed to have dairy. Any animal product is not supposed to be given to bunnies.