Baby Rabbit Food
You should use cat milk substitutes as a baby rabbit food (usually available in pet supermarkets, sometimes in some pet hospitals). Among all mammals, rabbit paper milk has the highest calorie content, so add a tablespoon of cream to each can of cat milk substitute. If you are not familiar with tube feeding, please use eye drops or sterile syringes to feed. These things are available in pharmacies. Remember, you cannot feed more than twice a day! After each feeding, you have to help the rabbits to urinate and defecate. Use a damp napkin or a small cotton ball to gently stroke the Baby Rabbit’s forelegs to their little butt, and repeat until they urinate and defecate completely. This is imitating the behavior of female rabbits licking them. The poop is very soft, and the color may be a gradient between green and yellow.
Remember to wipe their mouths with a small towel to prevent milk residue on their fur.
At about ten days
At about ten days old, Little Bunny can open his eyes. You need to introduce hay and rabbit food to them, but you can’t feed vegetables and fruits at this time! You can put some grass and rabbit food in the corner of the box so that the bunnies can arrive at any time. But you must make sure that the rabbit food you buy is regular, high-fiber, fresh, and other foods that are not added, such as sun-dried banana slices (the kind of comprehensive rabbit food is not right, recommended young rabbit food). Fill shallow dishes with water, and wash and change the water frequently. (Caution is to cool boiled water! Tap water is not good! Mineral water is not good!)
At this point, the feeding of hares is the same, but do not feed them rabbit food; otherwise, they may die due to sudden food changes after returning to the wild. After all, the ultimate goal of caring for Baby Rabbit is to release them to nature.