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Wild Rabbit not tame.


Babies uprooted by dog.

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dfodal 6 years ago

Thanks for your message - despite just finding it - I was able to give them wildlife rescue.

kcoughli 7 years ago

If there's still a nest, their mother will return to look for them, even if the nest is disturbed (and that's their best chance of survival). The mother rabbit feeds them twice a day, but the rest of the time stays away from the nest. If you've confirmed that the mother is dead, it's best to give the babies to a wildlife rescue that has experience caring for wild rabbits, as they have extremely sensitive digestive systems and require a strict diet to survive.

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Springfield, Ohio, USA

Spotted on May 27, 2013
Submitted on May 31, 2013

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