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The Rabbit did not throw up since they do not have the ability to Vomit. That is why the primary reasons that ingesting fur can lead to serious problems, such as wool block, or sluggish motility when combined with a low-fiber diet.
THe Diet should not be seed. Rabbits need a High fiber diet of a good quality grass hay, about an 1/8 of a cup of pellets and some fresh veggies.
She may have a dental issue if you have given get carrots and they cam out of her mouth or the same holds true for the apple you fed. You need to monitor the stools and be sure she is passing normal pellets and she is eating normally.
I am not sure what you has seen, but I can tell you it was not vomit. Please hit reply to discuss this information.
How is your Rabbit doing? I wanted to check in on it.