What does rabbit usually eat?
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Carrots and other vegetables are great for rabbits, though a whole carrot (top and all) is more nutritious for them. I would recommend staying away from cabbage, as it can cause gas in rabbits (which can be quite painful to them). Broccoli can also do so, but it is less likely. If you wish to feed broccoli, start out very slowly to make sure your rabbit does not have a reaction to it. In fact, you should start out all vegetables this way, especially since it is not yet used to eating them.
Here is a list of safe fruits and vegetables:
Banana and dried banana chips
Beet greens (tops)
Broccoli (leaves and stems are the best)**
Brussels sprouts **
Carrots and carrot tops
Dandelion greens and flowers
Melon rine and flesh *
Pea pods (the flat, edible kind)
Romain lettuce (no light colored leaf or iceberg)
Sprouts (alfalfa, radish, clover)