I had a trio in a large breeding cage. Once the first doe gave birth (I have never seen so much hair before...she pulled enough to make a whole other adult rabbit), I removed the buck. I checked the other doe over really well, and she didn't appear to be preggers. yesterday afternoon, my daughter noticed the dog eating something, took a cloer look and it was a kit! We ran thgouth all the hutches, and then discovered the other doe had kindled. There wasn't a 2nd box in there, so she had them on the wire. I immediately started scooping up all the babies, which had fallen out of the hutch because flemmish have a tendancy to chew the wire. In all there were 8. One was found dead, then, the one the dog had, so I gathered the 6 up off the ground, took the bunnies (3-4 weeks) out of the nesting box and put them in a different box with lots of bermuds. I put the new kits in the box that the older ones had been in hoping one fo the does would go in and nurse. Later in the evening, I went out to check and the mother was in the box moving he hair around and feeding. I was so relieved. At first I paniced because I have no other doe due to surrogate, but she's doing great and the other mother accepted the new box her kits were in...they are running around, anyway. It's been so hectic that I completely forgot to check that doe later after I removed the buck. At least I nkow, in spite of the babies falling out,her not pulling hair and having them on the wire, she has accepted them once I got them in the box.