06-27-2008, 03:55 PM
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The one rabbit should be fine on it's own as long as she provides regular attention. She should make conscious effort to provide as much human interaction as possible so the rabbit is accustomed to the attention, and will be less likely to nip when touched. Bagged food with the various types of food are the best for the rabbits health, but it is likely it will pick and choose what it likes and leave the unwanted portions untouched. Fresh vegies are ok as an occasional treat, but should not be given regularly as it can lead to diarrhea, and possible health problems long term. I'm not sure of the list anymore, but there are some definate no-nos for fresh vegies, so best look up dietary reccommendations online before feeding anything other than bagged rabbit foods. The rabbit will need excercise for a healthy life, so if an indoor rabbit, make sure to let him out on occasion to hop about. If an outdoor rabbit, you should have an area from which he cannot escape, where he can hop about and forage in the grass. Best of luck with the bunny. They are one of my favorite pets.