one of the babies were lying in the doorway of her hutch, not moving. Do I remove it?
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If its dead, of course you have to, if you are worried it needs to be nearer her just distract her while you move it closer.
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Yes, remove it. You may have to hand rear the litter if the mother continues to do an inadequate job. I would keep a close eye on her.
If you do hand rear, bottle feeding is not enough. The babies cannot eliminate by themselves and must have help. You need to wet a cotton ball and clean them every few hours.
It would be best if she cared for them, but some rabbits are just very poor mothers.
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