What Is a Mother Rabbit Called?

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A mother rabbit is called a doe. It gives birth to young ones called kits after about 28 to 30 days. However, when referring to rabbit parents, the mother is called the dam and the father is called a sire.
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Male rabbits are called bucks and female rabbits are called does. Rabbits have the ability to breed three or four times a year, so their populations can become staggering.
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When referring to the parents of a rabbit, the mother is the dam, and the father is
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Doe is the name of a female rabbit. Dam is the name of a mother rabbit.
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A doe's mother is also called a doe, just like a buck's mother is a doe.
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