No, rabbits can’t eat pasta. No type of pasta (no matter what shape, size, or recipe) is suitable for your rabbit to eat. They will get no nutritional value but might get a stomach upset from eating it.
Pasta is a grain-based food made up of durum wheat flour. This flour is not an ingredient your rabbit will be able to easily digest.
Pasta is also a carbohydrate, and while carbs are an energy source, it also opens the door to issues like obesity, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal stasis in your rabbit. This is especially the case when too much pasta is eaten, or when it’s eaten over a long time.
Not being a plant-based fiber leads to difficulty in digesting it, and can cause diarrhea (amongst other problems). To avoid this, feed your rabbit a healthy balanced diet of hay, veggies, pellets, water, and an occasional treat.
If your rabbit has eaten pasta, monitor their stool for the next couple of days. If you see loose stool or if they haven’t produced any stool, speak to a vet. Also, watch out for signs of them behaving unusually, or if they lost their appetite. Always speak to a vet if you’re concerned.
No, rabbits can’t eat noodles. Though noodles aren’t toxic to rabbits, they are made up of flour and eggs. Both of these ingredients are unnatural for a rabbit to eat.
Rabbits need a fiber-based diet for them to be in top shape health-wise. Noodles don’t offer any fiber or nutritional benefit, and in large amounts will eventually cause digestive distress.