Wild baby rabbits are very edgy and nervous especially when they’re near people and other animals. The lifestyles of bunnies have reduced rates when they’re being kept. The is their home. Wild infant rabbits have a big difference from domestic rabbits.
Domesticated rabbits came from European breeds and have many kinds of bunnies like the Angora rabbits, Feral rabbits, Holland Lop as well as Flemish Giant rabbits. Domesticated rabbits are typically raised to be house pets. Domestic rabbits are known for their fuzzy furs. Wild bunnies are the forefathers of domestic rabbits. They were the ruler of bunny world. There are many kinds of infant rabbits but the common bunny is the cottontail rabbit. Normally, hare are the ones that are wild and rabbits are the tamed ones.
Here are some important rules when you happen to see any bunnies in your premises: First thing you should check is if the rabbits are hurt. Biting or nipping is out from their traits. The main way for them to defend themselves is by kicking their hind legs. Rabbits have a way of escaping your grip. They’ll relax their bodies against your grip and when you think it’s okay to relax your grip as well then it is their perfect cue to leap away fro your hands. Examine the baby rabbits for these next lives threatening condition: pneumonia, severe bleeding, seizure, spinal or brain injury, poisoning, shock, difficulty of breathing, hypo or hypothermia. If one or two of these conditions exist, immediately call your veterinarian or any rehabilitator for help. If you notice that the rabbit is jumpy and nervous, Please don’t try to examine them with your hands because this may only add up to their own stress. But rather wrap them with towel and put them somewhere in your house which is dim and free form any activities from the outside world such as human voices as well as predators. Two months and half baby rabbits must be kept under the incubator to keep their bodies warm. Baby rabbits are prone to dehydration. If this occurred, feed them whenever possible with Pedialyte.
7. Unlike aged or domesticated rabbits, wild rabbits aren’t much fond of eating foods so do not overfeed them. Overfeeding may results in Diarrhea.
8. See to it that they’re not having any messy fecals.
Rabbit Milk Replacer:
1 can of goat’s milk, 3 tablespoon of heavy cream, karo syrup and 1 egg yolk
Blend all the ingredients.
Once you fed the wild baby rabbits, set them free. Bring them back to their nest. Keeping wild rabbits as pets aren’t advisable.