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It is very important to try to get back mother to baby rabbits! They have to get mother ( or rabbit) milk first two-three days of their life. So, you have to make sure-there are no other MOTHER-rabbits around that would "adopt" pure babies. TO FEED BABY
Sit dawn on a floor or even lay dawn, have a towel handy or even under the baby. It is really very important to be very carfeull with baby rabbits- if they will fall dawn from even 5 cm height- there is a risck of diyng! You can get a special bottle for feeding baby animals, but remember when you feed baby- do not press on bottle because he can try to breath and milk will instantly kill him.
The recepie for milk is : cat milk powder- 5 ml per day
Lactobacillus acidophilus Powder - 1 pill will be good enough for 2 ml of water.
Mix 1 ml of water with Lactobacillus acidophilus with 5 ml of cat milk
or also you can use wipped cream 0.25 ml- just add it to cat milk.
This is feeding dose per day- you will probably have to feed him with a little bit per day. At the end of the first week- you should encrease that dose to 15-25 mls per day, 2d week- 25-27 and 3d week- 30-35. After they will get used to feeding bottle- they will start to suck more milk than their stomach can fit- so be carefull- do not let him overeat!
You also have to simulate them to go the bathroom- you cat use cotton ball, just wet it with warm water and, after you feed baby, keep cootton ball on his lill butt for 15/20 sec or untill he'll do his thing!
You have to pay attantion to how he looks- if his stomach is round and he feels warm- then everything is great-but if you see a lot of rinckles - he probably got cold. So you need to warm him up with blanket. After three weeks baby rabbit could sart to try all kinds of dry food- but it doesnt mean you have to stop feed him with milk formula! After 6-8 weeks start adding more drinking water to his milk formula and during next two three weeks he will loose his intereset to it and will move to dry food! And here is a link also I hope it will help! http://www.rabbit.org/