Member formerly known as MistyLea21
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Austin, TX
Thanks guys, well so far so good. They are all bundled up and warm and we got a tad of formula down them for their morning feeding. We also "de-pooped" them. Neither of them actually pooped, but one did spray pee! What a burst of pee! Almost hit me in the face! LOL!
Rav, I believe these are cottontails... I was told that these bunny's need to be released back into the wild once 4 weeks old. (If they make it). That these bunny's energy drive is way to high to be a domesticated household pet. They would just die if caged.
Either way, I just hope to save them. Thank you for those people to call Rav. I might just do that. I just want advice, I don't want them to take them... I am getting real enjoyment out of this.
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