Uhm so long story short I did end up with a foster from a local rescue.
His name is Stanley and he was born June 21st we think.
Hes a little agouti Holland lop.
He gets a daily bowl of romaine lettuce, carrots, celery, little bits of parsley and tiny bits of chopped mint to add smell for the food.
He does get a strawberry every other day too. Im hesitant of feeding him fruits though. His tummy seems sensitive to fruits but not veggies.
His cage is covered in hay, his litter box always has fresh hay in the 'kitchen' end and he has two hay holders.
He also has a much smaller bowl with tiny amount of oxbow pellets in it.
Normally he eats his hay and the bowl of veggies tides him over till the end of the day. He LOVES romaine lettuce and but doesnt like his carrots much.
If its all thats there he'll eat whatever is in the veggie bowl.
Lately however hes been chowing down on his pellets and he doesnt usually touch them. Now hes even ignoring his veggies.
Can I cut the pellets out of his diet completely?
I dont think they are healthy regardless of what their made of and the way Stanley is choosing them over any other food makes me worry of becoming fatter as he gets older. :X
If i ever leave for more than a day or two id leave them in the cage along with hay and bowl of veggies but other than that situation I dont think they are necessary!
And UHM PHOTOS! This is actually a baby photo but its so cute!