No, your rabbit can’t eat crackers. They are heavy in carbohydrates, fat, and sugar which makes them bad for your rabbit’s digestion. A one-off bite of crackers won’t hurt a rabbit – but try and make sure they don’t make a habit of eating crackers.
Crackers have no nutritional value so will not provide any sort of benefit for your rabbit. On a long-term basis, feeding your rabbit crackers could cause health issues like obesity or diarrhea.
If you want a special treat for your rabbit, there are readily available fruits and vegetables that you can safely give in moderation. If you’re not sure if food is safe, always look it up. If you think your rabbit has eaten something toxic or is unwell, seek veterinary assistance.
In short, crackers of any sort or variety should not be given to your rabbit
All crackers are similar in ingredients – so they have the same issue of being too sugary and full of carbs for your rabbit. Crackers that should be avoided include Saltine, Graham, Cream, and Animal crackers.
For a healthy, balanced diet, your rabbit should have unlimited access to hay. Most of their diet consists of hay, and the rest can be a small number of pellets, occasional treats, and daily portions of leafy green vegetables. They also need access to as much fresh, clean water as they want.