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Hello, JACustomer. I have been a Veterinary Nurse for over 15 years and would be happy to help you today. I'm reviewing your question right now.
I am so sorry to see that no one has reached out to you before now. How is your companion doing at this current time? Any changes?
Is the baby cold?Have you heard any squeaking?When you move the limbs, is the baby stiff or flaccid?Is the mother interested in caring for him?
At 26 hours, if the baby is not moving and isn't squeaking, the mother is refusing it and it is grey, it's most likely that the little one was stillborn.
You are very welcome. I am so sorry this situation did not have a better outcome.
If she doesn't have any young to raise, no, she can go right back to her normal habits. Due to losing a baby, yes, I would expect the mother to be agitated. But if this continues, an exam and x-rays may be needed to confirm that mom doesn't have more babies she is having difficulty delivering.
Yes, and it's recommended. Rabbits make better pets when altered. More info here: http://rabbit.org/faq-spaying-and-neutering/
Happy to help.I have opened the thread of rating, if you would be so kind.