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Blindness - living with a blind rabbit

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Blindness - living with a blind rabbit

For various reasons, rabbits may suffer from partial or complete loss of sight. Whilst this may seem distressing and something owners worry about, rabbits normally adapt well as long as some simple guidelines are followed.

Cataracts can cause blindness if the entire lens becomes covered
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