Putting collars on rabbits is not recommended due to the fact that rabbits have sensitive necks and could lead to abrasions. Your rabbit could strangle themselves when the collar gets stuck to something while your rabbits are playing in tight corners.
As an alternative, you can microchip your rabbits so that when your rabbits get lost and turned over to an impound, they can easily identify and return your rabbit. A harness is also safer for rabbits compared to collars because the strain is distributed around the body.
As far as vegetables go, lettuces are probably what most people would think is good for rabbits. But did you know that certain kinds of lettuces like iceberg lettuce are not recommended for rabbits due to excess amount of lactucarium, which is toxic for rabbits in high amount.
That’s why you have to be careful when you’re planning on giving your rabbits veggies because some of them could cause digestive distress to rabbits.
So anyway, back to the topic, to answer the question — can rabbits eat lamb’s lettuce? Yes, rabbits can eat lamb’s lettuce, as a general rule to help you remember — the darker the leaves the healthier it is for rabbits. Just make sure that you introduce it to your rabbit slowly to not upset their stomach.
You can tell if your rabbit is blind or semi-blind by looking at signs like regularly bumping on things, sensitivity to sounds, eye not responding to light, going in wrong directions when called, and physical changes/deformities in or around the eyes. While the most common causes of blindness are due to cataracts, E. cuniculi, scratched eyes leading to corneal ulcers, or old age.
Rabbits would eat her kits for a variety of reasons like when the kits are sick, stressed rabbit, not enough milk, mistaken for the placenta, kits already dead, or when the rabbit is too young to be a mother.
Rabbits would not willingly eat meat without reason because they are herbivores. What’s happening is just nature telling the rabbit to survive and procreate at all cost even if it means eating her own.