When Can Baby Rabbits Leave Their Mum?

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Baby rabbits can leave their mum as soon as the babies are weaned, at eight weeks. In any case of domestic rabbit babies, do not remove the babies until they are a full eight weeks of age. Separate the male babies from the females at this time.
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At 8 weeks old
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I think 6-7 would be best. Tbh i think it all depends on mum, iv knowin breeders to wean babies at 3 weeks because mum has got fed up with them and basically abandoned them or kicked
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8 weeks is the better time for rabbits to leave their mothers. Any te early puts great stress (even more than usual moving) on the rabbit.
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Domestics are weaned about 6 weeks. Cottontails
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