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Can rabbits eat cherries? It’s a question that many of us have asked ourselves at one point or another, but there are actually several other questions you should be asking yourself before feeding your rabbit this fruit.

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One of the most important is whether your bunny has been spayed or neutered. If they haven’t, then it’s best to avoid giving them anything with pits and seeds in it because they could cause an intestinal blockage.

Additionally, it’s important to think about whether or not you want your pet bunny to be able to breed in the future. If they are unneutered and female, then feeding them cherries could lead to a difficult pregnancy for momma rabbit.

And if they’re already neutered?

Well, breeding is no longer an issue but cherry pits can still cause intestinal problems in rabbits so make sure that you take those into account as well when making this decision.

What other questions should I ask myself before giving my rabbit cherries? How many times per day do I feed my bunny fruit? It all depends on how much of their daily diet consists of fruits and vegetables (which would depend on what type of pellets you give them


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