Cute neighbor (V)

Today, Cinnamon (our cat) found in our backyard baby rabbit. Even a blind. She is not hunting, just watching. My first impulse was to save him from the predators (my cats and dogs next door),  so I caught it (surprisingly easy) and put it in a box. I don’t know what to do next. I googled, and found the answer:

So what should you do if you find wild baby rabbits?


The answer to this question is pretty simple: in most cases you should leave them where you found them. Wild rabbits do not need human help, unless the mother rabbit has been killed. Do not handle them (or any other wild animal) unless absolutely necessary. Wild rabbits are host to fleas, ticks, lice, and other parasites that can transmit disease to humans and domestic animals alike.

I let him go, but first, I made pictures of the baby-rabbit. Bye-bye little one, be happy (you can eat my rhubarb if you want).

P.S. And more about nature: just five minutes ago I startled a squirrel and she stumbled on the bird.





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