Jade plants are also called Money Trees, Friendship Trees, and Lucky Plants. With so many impressive titles they have to be safe for rabbits to eat, right? If you have jade plants in your home or garden and were wondering, can rabbits eat jade plants? The answer is yes.
I’ve fed some jade plant leaves to my bunnies before, and researching this I can’t find any evidence to suggest they are toxic or harmful in any way to bunnies. As with any plants and flowers, I suggest only giving them a little bit as part of their leafy green intake to stay on the safe side.
Rabbits need a cup full or fresh vegetables each day and you can certainly include a little jade in with these. Keep plenty of hay available at all times and add some pellets too. These foods make up the bulk of their diet and will keep them healthy.
When introducing new foods your buns haven’t tasted before always do so slowly and in small quantities. Rabbits have individual personalities and tastes. There is always a chance they will not like a food, or it will not agree with them. If you notice any ill-effects, stop giving it to them immediately.