My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a biologist who has been raising and showing rabbits for over 30 years. I commend you for wanting to feed Terra the best diet possible. However, I'm glad you are checking into it before starting because I have some concerns about the diet you are proposing. Rabbits need much more fiber than what they would get in vegetables, and some of these vegetables raise some issues, we might never suspect. Both Kale and spinach should not be fed to rabbits because they are high in oxalic acid. That can cause bladder stones. I never feed them. Cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables are very gas-producing. That leads to digestive system discomfort, and raises the potential for life-threatening gastro-intestinal stasis to occur. A bit of cucumber or celery is fine. Other acceptable produce includes dandelion greens (from unsprayed yards only), collard greens, romaine lettuce, and many others. but a rabbit fed a produce-based diet will have several problems. Sooner or later the lack of fiber will cause digestive problems. The heavy liquid content of produce often causes diarrhea. The rabbit will lose weight because it is impossible to feed enough calories with produce to maintain body condition. Fruit is another story. It is high in sugar (for a rabbit, that is) under any circumstances. That leads to a digestive problem called cecal dysbiosis. Small pieces of fruit can be used as rare treats.
You're probably wondering what should a rabbit be fed then? Hay. Good quality grass hay should be the base of a rabbit's diet. Terra should have all the grass hay she wants. Don't use alfalfa because it can lead to other health problems. You can usually buy grass hay in a pet store in bags. If you can't find any locally, or prefer higher quality, here is an online source:http://www.oxbowhay.com/index.sp
I can't emphasize enough the importance of feeding your rabbit hay. It will keep the digestive system working properly.
I'm not sure why you object to pellets. some adult rabbits can do fine on free-fed hay and a bit of produce, but most will lose weight with no pellets at all. A five pound rabbit should also get about 1/8 cup of pellets daily. If quality of ingredients is what you worry about, the Oxbow company I linked to above as a source for hay also sells the highest quality pellets.
A variety of fresh produce, especially greens, is also important.The following link will take you to a site with detailed information on rabbit feeding, including lists of the best produce, and what foods to avoid:http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/diet.html
Any time you need reliable rabbit information or just want to learn about rabbits, this is a great, respected site:http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/rabbithealth.html
As for cleaning the floors with lemon and vinegar, that will not hurt a rabbit.
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