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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A How old is this bunny?

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    • skysblue
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        Is it weaned yet? It is injured by cat. The bleeding stopped.


      • DanaNM
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          Poor baby, that is a wild bunny. I’m not sure if it’s weaned but you should take it to a wildlife rehabber for care. It is very likely to go into shock due to the stress of everything 🙁

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        • LBJ10
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            Considering its size, I would say it is weaned or very close to it. Were you able to contact a wildlife rehabber?


          • skysblue
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              No. It died shortly after. 🙁


            • DanaNM
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                I’m sorry to hear that, thank you for trying to help it <3

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            Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A How old is this bunny?