A lot of people ask, ‘can rabbits eat grass?’ You will be letting your bunnies out either into a large rabbit run or to run freely in the garden where they will be able to eat grass. If you think about it, wild rabbits have access to all types of grass all day long.
Domestic bunnies are different to wild bunnies and their digestive systems are slightly different, but they both graze on grass.
Rabbits require grass and hay to help their digestive systems function healthily. You should be providing a generous amount of Timothy hay for your bunny to graze on all day, but don’t be surprised if they want to graze on some grass. It’s perfectly safe for them to do so and you have nothing to worry about.
Make sure you’re providing some pellets and fresh vegetables or leafy greens daily to vary their diet. Rabbits don’t have complex needs, but they do need a lot fiber in their diets or they can become unwell. A healthy bunny is a happy bunny, and a happy bunny is fun to be around.