Worms.................do they eat bunny poo and will it help my graden?

I have several rabbits as pets. I'm trying to combine this with my recycling OCD. I shred junk mail and line the rabbits cages with this. After a while I put it on a small strip of soil b/w the walkway and the house. I've been trying to mix this into the soil with a shovel. I was wondering if I could add a big bag of Peat moss and mix in the rabbit poo & paper. Then buy some worms and add them to the mix. Well, I guess this is a stupid question - I know I can do it. The question should be "Would it be useful to a very small vegetable garden to do this?"
The reason for adding the peat is because the topsoil is on top of red clay and I thought that might help it.
Last year I planted a store bought cherry tomatoe plant in this area and it grew to the largest tomatoe bush I have ever seen - easily 8 feet when stretched out ( ok , maybe 7.) I want to prep the soil and see what I can do if I try. I also though the worm might help break down the Poo & Paper quicker. It is breaking down much slower then I had thought.
Any suggestions or advice??
Thanks BM
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Don't be in such a rush. If the poop is that fresh I doubt if the worms will go for it. And by the time it has deteriated enough for worms it is probably ready for your garden directly - a little shredded paper isn't going to hurt anything. You might be able to hasten the composting a little by putting the stuff in a black plastic garbage bag and leaving it in the sun. The added heat will break it down quicker.
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