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Hard to tell from the pictures if it is blood. You could always check with the vet if it's a pet. Sometimes if they have too much calcium in their diet, it is excreted through the urine. My males seem to have more of this problem than my females. I wouldn't start it on vegs/fruits yet, it is too young. Timothy hay is just fine along with pellets. Just a word of caution - never buy a rabbit from a pet store - you never know what you're getting or how they've been bred. It usually costs less to buy a pedigree rabbit from a breeder than a pet store. Rabbits get sick very suddenly - they can seem energetic and fine and then all of a sudden - they have symptoms. If you don't mind spending the money for a check-up, get one done. At least they can check the teeth, eyes, etc. to see if it's in pretty good health otherwise. Good luck. Donna
 
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