of my cats brought this in.
Little bastard woke me up with some kind of fucked up horrific barking that was loud as fuck. Not taking to food or water. It may be young enough to still be on the tit, I don't really know.
What do I do with it? Eat it? Fuck it? Take it to an animal shelter? Feed it to the cat?
69 names it.
Take it to an animal shelter. You probably don't care about animal and don't believe in science but this kind of species is very emotional and they feel much than us humans do.
On your pic it's pretty obvious that he's scared to death and feels a lot of strong anxiety. If you can't take it to an animal shelter right now, just give him food and water and LEAVE HIM ALONE until you can.
Do it for me.
>of my cats brought this in.
How fucking hench is your cat? My fully grown cat can just about drag a dead baby squirrel, no chance of dragging in a bunny. He could probably kill him, but he'd have a hard time dragging him around. Even if your cat did bring him in, how is he not dead or atleast injured?
>You probably don't care about animal and don't believe in science
You're making that assumption based on what, exactly? Because I saved the little shit from being eviscerated by a pack of carnivores. I niggerrigged a shelter with food, water, and locked it away from the cats reach in a seperate bedroom. If I didn't care about animals (or...science, I guess?) I would have left him to die.
Also this is the would-be bunny killer
I had a cat growing up that killed full sized squirrels, rabbits, blue jays... anything he could get his fucking hooks on. He'd try to drag that shit inside but ended up leaving them on the back patio usually. He was average sized, just quick as fuck I guess.
rabbitfag here, carrot tops are ok but not so much the root. and yeah it's likely still on the tit judging by the white tuft on its head. See if you can find the nest and take it back. if it's not injured the mother'll likely take it back.
lol, how the fuck is he supposed to find a rabbit nest? You think the cat will lead him there?
rerolling for pocket bro.
not so much, kind of a myth. Rub your hands in the ground before handling if you're worried. but mother's leave the nest all day only returning once or twice a day to feed.
It's likely it's nearby in a grassy area, only sparsely covered with a bit of fur and grass.
I have two rabbit that I caught by hand and used to have others that I caught when they were just a few weeks old. If you have any clover or dandelion growing in your area, they will eat that. Fresh carrot and cilantro too.
It really doesn't matter if you believe it.
But the smallest of these three (sweet merciful Goddess I hope someone lurking doesn't recognize them) is quite the hunter. She's the black and white one.
And she has a habit of bringing stuff inside still alive, she prefers to kill things over by the front door. Mom tends to rescue what she can, but makes me do it if it's a snake or a lizard.
But on the bunny there was some blood on the towel I had around my hands when I first picked it up. Probably just from wherever the cat had a hold of it.
I finely diced up babby carrots and shredded some spinach. I've maintained wearing non-residue vinyl gloves and using clean washrags the few times I've handled. (Saving it, the timestamp, and then I gave it 1ml of water orally through a clean medicine dropper. Thats all I've done, so far.
But I have no idea where I'd find its nest. That particular cat was out all night while the two boys stayed in.
Common misconception that cats are trying to feed you. They are actually trying to teach you to hunt..like a feeble kitten. Gather your cats in with the rabbit and make them watch you tear it to pieces with your hands and teeth. Offer them none and consume all. Leave the room and wash up. Your cats now have .... some sembalence of respect for you.
You will now lose the game whenever you see or hear about a pineapple. You're welcome.
>I lose to pineapples every. Single. Fucking. Day.
You'd be surprised how often it happens.
Not if you live in a private development :^)
Besides, my animals are spayed, neutered and vaccinated. No pests here, just pest control.
Lots of land and low traffic area, it's perfect for it. Besides, if there was an accident, I wouldn't blame someone else if something fucked up happened to them on account of my letting them out, because it would be my fault.
Also neighborhood cats around here set up boundaries safe to their homes and often don't stray too far from them. Keeps ferals out and does wonders for vermin populations.
But I digress. Legally I'm following all the rules in the homeowners association about mein kitties; our yard is fenced in, neuter/spay/vaccies all up to date, etc. And my neighbors are welcome to let me know if it ever becomes a problem, I'm not unreasonable.
So mind your own beezwax, poopyhead.
Calm down, Moses Sithole.
Don't give a rabbit cabbage, it creates gas that can harm their digestive system.
Long and tall grasses
Most rabbits in urban environments eat what we would call weeds. You can also buy rabbit food for it.
Oh, shit. I actually didn't notice that, before. Cat food, wtf.
I've taken it all out, plus most of the carrots. Just leaf spinach and a moderate chunk off a head of lettuce.
It seems to be active after I got it to drink some water.
I guess I should have been clear about the 69 get. It's just for naming rights. I wouldn't leave the poor little bastard completely at the mercy of /b/.
Just wanted ideas on what to with it. Final action is subject to judgement.
Yeah, that's probably for the best.
Although I'm tempted to rig up a parachute and harness for him, and then secure it to my car with a rope and pulley system. That way I can drive around while the little guy parasails!
I think he'd have an awesome time, I loved parasailing when I tried it at the beach.