Rest in Peace Pip
Wednesday morning one of our outdoor cats caught a baby bunny. He knew he shouldn’t have as soon as he saw my daughter approaching, and he dropped his catch before taking off to hide. The bunny, a cottontail, was only a week or so old, eyes not yet open. His name is Pip since he has such a little squeak, and we knew it was unlikely he would survive.
We raise big, fluffy Angora Rabbits. They grow to be 7-10 pounds and are bigger than our cats. When they are born, they are tiny but no where near as tiny as Pip. The baby bottles we have used on the Angoras are bigger than Pip. Pip is as tiny as his squeak.
Pip did well on the first day, and there was hope. The danger for rabbits, baby rabbits especially, is that they will hop, or violently twitch, and break their backs…
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