Bacon is a meat that comes from pigs and it is normally cured using a brine, large amounts of salt or in drying packaging.
Before you can eat fresh or dried bacon it need to be cooked or boiled. Additionally you could smoke bacon before its ready to eat.
There are various cuts of meat from the pig that can be used to make bacon such as the pork belly and back cuts.
Bacon goes great with a lot of meals such as sandwiches, salads, burgers and even by itself for breakfast.
So can rabbits eat bacon at all?
No, rabbits cannot eat bacon at all. Any type of bacon for that matter.
The reason being is that rabbits are not meat eaters and also there is too much salt in bacon for a rabbit to consume.
If they were to nibble on a bit of bacon they should be fine but make sure you never feed bacon to your rabbit on purpose as it would definitely be bad for their health.
Give your rabbit fresh water, hay, and veggies instead.