Kaytee Fiesta Gourmet Food for Rabbits
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Rating: 1

Junk Food

posted 7 years ago

Most of the ingredients have no business being fed to a rabbit. You might as well just give them the bird seed and die right away

Pros: The only pro possible is I'm sure my rabbits like it

Cons: The ingredients are terrible for rabbits

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Rating: 1

Worst Food for Rabbits

posted 7 years ago

I am a licensed veterinary technician who works for an exotics specialist and this is one of the very worst foods there is for rabbits. The fiber amount is too low, and the nuts, seeds and corn are fattening and can cause intestinal blockages. We see many obese bunnies who eat this type of food. Believe it or not, rabbits who eat this mixed type of food can be obese but malnourished, because they eat the treat components but leave the pellets, which have the vitamins and minerals in them. Feeding this to your rabbit is like letting your child eat McDonald's every day for every meal. Diest such as this should not be allowed to be sold.
Do your bunny a favor and gradually switch him over to a low protein, HIGH fiber diet with lots of hay and green leafy vegetables and use small amounts of fruit for treats.

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

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Rating: 1

Bunnies like junk food, too :(

posted 6 years ago

When I took in my first rabbit, I fed him this kind of nut/seed/pellet/unknown colored bits food until I read about how bad it was for him. I gradually transitioned him to timothy pellets, hay, and fresh veggies with the occasional fruit treat. My (third) bunny now gets the best quality unlimited timothy hay I can find, some veggies, and I will be adding some timothy pellets back in next week...just a little, though (I think the amount is 1/4 cup per 5 lbs. of body weight. I'll have to doublecheck that.) Summary: This product does not promote bun health and should be avoided...don't want to upset the intestinal flora with sugar snack-y stuff. ALso, bunnies chunk up on this stuff very quickly.

Pros: sorry, none

Cons: fattening, not nutritious, bunnies often pick out the most snack-y parts and leave the rest

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Rating: 1

This stuff is terrible for rabbits!

posted 7 years ago

The best pellets for rabbits are the plain old alfafa pellets. This colorful stuff is made to be appealing to humans! It looks more colorful so it must be better, right? WRONG!! Why give your rabbit dried out carrot chunks when you can esily give them fresh carrots? And will someone tell me why they put seeds in this stuff? Rabbits do not have intestines built for digesting seeds. And by the way, corn is not digestible and causes gut stasis in rabbits.

For a company that supposedly cares about our pets, they obviously don't care that they are only feeding them garbage that will cause them to get sick. Stay away from colorful dry food! Give your bunny basic pellets (which will also be cheaper for you!) and fresh fruits and veggies!

Pros: Yesh your buns will love it...

Cons: But it's loaded with garbage!

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Rating: 3

Rabbit love it

posted 7 years ago

I have found that most of the rabbits I have love the taste of this brand. It has every thing that a rabbit needs nutrutious wise. Even the finicky eaters gobble this right up.

Pros: rabbits love it

Cons: don't get much in a bag

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