Rabbits are very popular pets because they are cute, friendly, and easy to care for. They also provide companionship for their owners.

What can rabbits have as a thanksgiving treat?

Bunny-Safe Vegetables at Thanksgiving would be some nice iceberg lettuce, carrot and maybe some uncooked kale. Rabbits are usually fed a diet of pellets, hay, and greens.  But common it is thanksgiving and who does not deserve a little treat at thanksgiving and so does your fluffy bunny who gives you so much companionship and pleasure.   Rabbits are very active animals that love to play and explore their surroundings. They also love to eat! So why not play a little thanksgiving rabbit hide and seek with some tasty foods that rabbits will like for the festive season.  

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Here Are the Top 10 Foods that Rabbits Can Eat at Thanksgiving in [year]

  1. Kale
  2. Spinach
  3. Carrots
  4. Their Favorite Pellet
  5. Squash
  6. Sweet Potato
  7. Corn
  8. Cauliflower
  9. Green beans
  10. cucumbers.

Can Rabbits Eat Turkey at Thanksgiving?

You should not feed your rabbit turkey, their stomachs are not made for it.

The Bad Foods What To Avoid

If you want to keep your bunny healthy, it’s important to avoid certain foods. Some of them are obvious (like chocolate), but others aren’t so easy to spot.

Also cooked meat, gravies, and other sweet things like cranberry sauce should be avoided.

The Good Foods What's Safe To Choose

Yes! If you feed them the right foods, they will eat them. But it takes some patience and trial and error to figure out what works best. Some vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, spinach, carrots, cucumbers, green beans, peas, corn, sweet potatoes, squash, and tomatoes are safe for all rabbits. Other veggies like onions, garlic, mushrooms, turnips, rutabaga, radishes, eggplant, and hot peppers should be avoided because they may cause digestive problems.

Can Rabbits Eat Roast Pumpkin?

Rabbits enjoy eating pumpkins just as much as they eat carrots. Winter squash is one of the best sources of vitamin A for rabbits, which helps them grow strong bones and teeth. They’re also high in fiber and protein. So yes you can feed rabbits some pumpkins for thanksgiving.