Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: SJ Newfoundland, Canada
You came to the wrong place if you expect support for breeding. I'm sorry, what's done is done but I strongly discourage you from breeding again!!
Spay the females, they will live longer healthier lives. Unspayed females usually develop uterine cancers and have an 85% chance of succumbing to it.
The males will compete for the females and each other if they're not neutered. Males spray their pee if they're not neutered too. Not pleasant.
Rabbits can be fixed as young as 4 months by certain vets. Please get them all fixed.
I work with the small animal rescue here and the amount of unwanted rabbits is heartbreaking.