Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 15

Sunday, April 25, 2004 20 days old Interesting to note that the bunnies adopted a “home base” spot and would leave and come back to that one certain area. We took their tissue box with dirt out of the cage, and put it on the ground over an indention. The bunnies used the indention under … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 15

Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 14

Saturday, April 24, 2004 19 days old Since we are planning to rehab the bunnies back into the wild, we are starting to get them used to being outdoors. Every day we hang them on the tree in their cage, so that they have some sun, but mostly shade, so they can get used to … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 14

Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 13

Friday, April 23, 2004 18 days old Although we are trying to feed the buns only the foods they will find on their own, we have discovered that they love cucumbers. I am so glad my vegetable garden is enclosed with chicken wire! 😉

3cc’s breakfast, 3cc’s lunch, 3cc’s dinner. We have also been giving … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 13

Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 12

Thursday, April 22, 2004 17 days old 4cc’s breakfast, 5cc’s lunch, 3cc’s dinner.

Do you know how much a cc is? It is such a tiny amount! It takes 15cc’s to make one tablespoon.

There are 22 days of reports on the bunnies. You are on Day 12, please click here to read Day … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 12

Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 11

Wednesday, April 21, 2004 16 days old They are still alive and looking perky. Today I got worried about them, because they have only been taking 2.5 to 4cc per feeding (morning and evening) and suddenly Kevin gets one of them to eat *8*cc’s this morning!! I felt really alarmed, because the things I read … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 11

Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 9

Monday, April 19th, 2004 14 days old I’m trying not to get too excited, but Squinty Eyes was out and waiting to be fed at tonight’s feeding! This is a good sign that he is feeling better! I am also beginning to realize that he keeps his little eyes squinty and this makes it look … click here to continue reading Rehabbing Wild Bunnies Day 9