9 months ago
Last edited at 10:38AM on 7/15/2013
Get a soft nest area in a box with clean towels for the baby bunnies to keep them as warm as you can.Since they still need to feed on milk, you can replace this with the Kitten Milk Replacer that you can buy at any pet store near you. Most importantly, avoid holding them unnecessarily. They will soon get used to their new home.
I'd get a eye dropper and feed them manually. Look up on the internet what kind of liquid mixture is best. Maybe take some rabbit pellets you can buy at the Pet shop and mix it with a little water and honey for a fluid and feed them. Maybe put some grass in a 'juicer" or clover.
Please take them to a vet. I've found many bunny nests and had to pick them out it because my dog would eat them. Take a warm hand towel- ( put towel in dryer for a few minutes) . Put the towel in a container, I use Chinese food containers- put the neonates-(newborns)in and put some of the nesting material on top of them. Newborn bunnies have a white flash on the top of there heads-. Take to a wildlife rehab or vet. Neonates cannot be bottle fed and will surely die if you try. The need to be tube fed and need to digest some bunny poop to help with the need for bacterial resistance
Try to find a wildlife rehabilitator in your area. A lot of vets can help you with that. They will know the correct way to care for them and to prepare them for release into the wild. You should never try to keep wild animals as pets, and a pet store can not legally sell them as pets.
DON'T ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF! Baby bunnies have to be "tummy tubed" and will die very quickly if they aren't in the right care! Google a wildlife rehabilitation group in or near your town! (I am a wildlife rehabber)