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bunny question - November 26th 2013, 05:24 AM

so i picked up my 4 month old bunny and felt a large hard mass in her tummy, just under her rib cage. she had just eaten a big bowl of food, so it might have been her stomach full of kibble and spinach, but im not sure. usually i play with my bunnies in the afternoon (before i feed them) and rarely get them out right after they have finished eating. i typically check them all over for health concerns pretty often and i haven't noticed any problems, other than her being a little skinnier than her sister (i think her mom and sister have been shoving her out of the way at meals, but shes inside in her own cage right now until she gains some weight). she doesn't seem to be distressed, but its hard to tell with rabbits. any ideas?

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Re: bunny question - December 1st 2013, 12:33 AM

It could be the fact that she had just ate not that long before. I would keep an eye on her of a period of time, checking her especially when you can rule out that it could be food. If you still notice something that troubles you then I would probably get it looked at by a vet, etc.
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