About ten days ago I saw our kits for the first time, and I was super excited! Two were stillborn or died soon after birth, and were at the entrance to the burrow. I threw them away. Then a few days later one of the babies got out either in pouring rain or the freezing night and died. Then a couple of days ago another kit was at the burrow entrance. I was really sad about that, but our does are young and have never had kits before. I knew there were two, maybe three kits still in the burrow. Well they came OUT yesterday and I videotaped them for about half an hour. There were SEVEN out at one point! :dance: I couldn't believe we have that many babies. The burrow is a lot deeper than I thought it was. They are fat and busy and inquisitive, and they know to run for the burrow if they get startled. It poured rain last night and I saw a couple this morning, all wet and dirt covered. The big rabbits were out in the rain like nothing was happening. I'm hoping these babies are big enough to avoid getting too chilled from their explorations. I put some pellets and rolled oats in a bowl near the entrance to their burrow. They were nibbling on fallen leaves yesterday. I think they're about 4 weeks old now. Oh, and two does are definitely sharing that burrow. I saw a kit try to nurse from one doe and then the other. Neither doe was very interested in nursing at the time and they just hopped away. Our third doe is digging like a maniac so maybe she's preggers too. I hope so!