Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Somebunny Loves Them

D3 was riding horses when she discovered a nest of bunnies that had been attacked by something. She went through the nest (like a brave girl). She found one injured and another one that was okay. She brought them in the house and tended to the injured one (apparently minor injuries). They are soon to be picked up by a wonderful lady who has made taking care of God's creatures her job. They will go to a wildlife rehabilitation place and she will raise them to release them back into the wild. The girls would have liked to keep them, but they realize that wild things belong in the wild.

The second one is actually in this picture, but it's under the towel.

"Do I count as a wild thing?"
The family would unanimously answer YES!

15 comments:

  1. sweet little babies. i'm glad she found them and can turn them over to great care. :)

    LOVE that little wild one at the end!

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  2. How sweet! I would've done the same thing! I think it's great that you found someone who will raise them to be released back into the wild!

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  3. So so cute. I'm so happy these babies were rescued. We have lots of bunnies just like those living in our back yard.

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  4. Oh, how precious. It seems we went for years around here, not seeing any rabbits...and they've been "hopping" out of nowhere lately!! ;-)

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  5. Aw! Blessings to you and your girls for saving the baby bunnies! Hugs!

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  6. You are such a sweet family, a lot of country folk would have left them, or worse. Blessings to you all xx

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  7. I am glad there is such a place nearby. Good for you!!

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  8. It looks so cute and innocent there in the soft terry blanket.

    Wild rabbits are cute but soon can become a nuisance because of population explosion. They attack my daughter's garden in a highly populated subdivision because their natural habitat have been destroyed to make ways for more housing developments. They are just trying to survive the poor little things. It's nice that they will be taken care of.

    I love the black wild thing too. JB

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  9. What a sweetie. So thoughtful of your daughter to try and help them.

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  10. What a sweet little bunny. I once had the same thing happen and it was so interesting raising that little rabbit. Successfully released and an eating machine.

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  11. How cute! Both of them!!!
    Thanks for hopping by and being my first entry in the Freedom Giveaway Hop!
    Good Luck!

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  12. Oh my gosh... it's been years since I held a baby bunny in my hands... that DOES bring back lovely memories..thanks. <

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