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Re: Baby bunnies

> This is normal! They don't stay in that nest but 24 hours ... most times
> less.

Phew!  I just hope they got away before whatever knocked over the cage
got them.

> I put a few pictures up here:
> http://snipurl.com/ns8m

Awww...  Those are definitely bigger than the ones I saw, but still cute
as can be.  Mine still had closed eyes and were still kind of bald.

> So Chris, have you seen any hawks, snakes or foxes in your yard- they would
> all go after your bunnies in this zone, most other animals
> wouldn't...assuming Romeo didn't.

The only other animal I'm worried about is the neighbor's cat.  She likes
to brag about how it's part bobcat and it has no problems jumping the 8'
fence between us both.  

I hate outdoor cats...

But hopefully the bunnies will survive.  I don't want them in my yard, but
they need a place to live too.  Hopefully Romeo will scare them into the
neighbor's place instead.  :)


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