In case you missed the first post of this series you can read it here:
Rabbits really are a busy bunch. A rabbit is ready to start breeding at just 3 to 8 months old. Once they reach that point, they can copulate eight months out of the year every year for the rest of their 9- to 12-year lifespan.
A doe’s reproductive system doesn’t follow cycles; instead, ovulation is triggered by intercourse. After a 30-day gestation period she’ll give birth to a litter of about four to 12 kits.
Now you know the rest of the story. And rabbit are still adorable to me.
THERE’S SOME TRUTH TO THE PHRASE “BREED LIKE RABBITS.” Agreed?