Cotton is a big gentle fellow who is very much enjoying being out of his shelter cage and getting in some zoomy time!

Cotton recently has his front teeth removed to clear up some dental issues, and is very happy to be relieved of that discomfort. Rabbits do fine without their front teeth – they use their lips and tongue to pick up food and move it to the back of their mouth, where it’s ground by the molars. To compensate for the lack of incisors, caregivers can help their bunnies by tearing leafy green vegetables into rabbit-sized bites.

Cotton is a healthy and loveable guy with the added bonus that you’ll never have to worry about him chewing your furniture or rugs!

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