So I got Clara from the AEC in Lynchburg. She was hopping around the area and someone brought her in. No one picked her up so I brought her home. She seems a little older but was very interested in my male. I put them together for about a week and a half maybe two weeks and just marked on my calendar when I put them together and 4 weeks later a reminder to start looking for babies. About a week before she was supposed to pop I taped up cardboard on the sides of her cage to give her privacy but I could spy bu lifting. After her babies came I realized the need for an actual box. One of the kits kept wandering outside the nest area and was getting cold. Rabbits don’t bring them back like cats or dogs. So I washed my hands with scentless homemade soap. Then I picked her up and warmed her up and put her in with the others. Clara didn’t seem to mind. I had to do this one more time on the first day. Day two I did a head count in the nest and was only finding 3. Clara seemed to care a little more about me digging around this time. After a while I found 2 snuggled up way in the back. Then I finally noticed the little female over under the food container. I warmed her back up again and put her back. Day 3 I fed Clara to distract her and did a head count all 6 snuggled up. The one female is still a little smaller but she was warm and active so I’m not worried. Female rabbits only nurse twice a day so she may have missed a meal or two.