Question by  tom30 (14)

What do bunnies eat?


Answer by  ccorp (260)

Bunnies eat a variety of foods, but amongst the most popular that they like are pellets, lettuce and carrots. As a matter of fact, they love any type of raw vegetable. They also eat Alfalfa hay to supplement their diet. This can be found at many pet stores in your local area.


Answer by  Marsha (2337)

You can go to a pet store and buy some pellet food specifically for bunnies. Bunnies also will eat most vegtables and maybe some fruits. They do eat lettuce and carrots. They also eat cabbage. Really any green vegtable. If you let them hop in your yard, they will also munch on grass.


Answer by  Samantha64 (120)

Rabbits are herbivores, and eat a number of kinds of plants. For a pet rabbit, you should always feed it manufactured rabbit food as its main diet (such as Purina Rabbit Chow), but you can supplement with any food your rabbit enjoys, including carrots, celery, lettuce, or even fresh parsley.

Reply by wabbitguy (0):
Sherwood Forest Natural Rabbit Food is a great choice for all breeds and ages. Comes in 3 formulas and is soy/wheat free. The L/G lactating and growing formula is high in fat (like mommas milk) and low in starch, so it is the best food for baby bunnies.  add a comment

Answer by  bazjack (51)

Though cartoons nearly always show bunnies chowing down on carrots, bunnies actually eat a very simple food: grass. Dry grass and hay, to be precise. They can also eat specially designed pellets, but those are not a substitute for grass. Certain vegetables can also be eaten - yes, carrots are one of them! - but not lettuce or greens.


Answer by  wwgt (7)

Well a little known fact about bunnies, is that they eat cats, especially kittens. bunnies hate cats , because the cats take away attention that the bunnies deserve , from there owners. jk !

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