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Baby bunny first day at home – Netherland Dwarf Rabbit

This was only a temporarily set up for our baby rabbit till she got used to us. It is advise to keep the new baby bunny in a small, dim/dark place, and away from other pets so they don’t get stressed out. You should not hold or pet your bunny when they are stressed out. Just leave them be and wait for her to relax. You can tell they are relax when they move around a lot and exploring the places. Tip: when they relax, try feeding the bunny with your hand, so the bun get used to your hand and your scent. This can take a few days for the bun to get used to you. If you do it right, you will bond with your bunny nicely and they will love to cuddle with you.

You may not see it, but there is also water drips bowl under the bottle, providing two different way for the bunbun to drink from. If you provide only water bowl, please do change it very regularly since dusk, particle and harmful things can very easily gets into the water bowl.

Also, not good idea to put 2 stranger bunny together right away. They have to go through bonding process first before they can be together. We have now build her a large pen for her and her friend to run around in. See our latest video : )

See how my baby bunny reacts to her new home for the first time and how she plays with her toys.


This is only footage of my bunnies first 24 hours with us, it is advice by most rescue centres and knowledgeable breeders to recommend not handle your bunny right away when it arrives home, as it might be to stressful and scary for the bunny in a new environment while she adjusted to her new home. Please check my other videos and you can see how she has a bunny sister and a open space to play, run and Binky 🐰♥︎🐰

We love to share the playful moments of our bunnies Sumomo and Aibon, and share our experiences and stories of having bunnies and the process of bonding them.

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