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Post by HiTek Website Design » Tue, 13 Jul 1999 04:00:00




Quote:
> I have rescued two baby wild rabbits from a swimming pool.  Fortunately
> they are still alive however the mother has not returned for them (it
> has been about two hours).
> It is getting to be late at night and I do not think it is wise to leave
> them outside alone all night.

> Does  anyone have any suggestions as to what to do?

  So tell us ; WHAT did you do, how are they now???  (animal lover's want to
know! LOL)

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HELP

Post by MoxShorP » Tue, 13 Jul 1999 04:00:00


The best chance for them would be to be taken care of by a wildlife
rehabilitator if they are not old enough to be ontheir own. Baby rabbits who
are not with their moms, for whatever reason, do have a low survival rate, so
their best chance is with a rehabilitator.
Kris
Looking for a bunny friend in Western New York?  Hop on down to the Erie County
SPCA, Tonawanda, NY.    We may have just the right rabbit companion for you.