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Cat Adopts A Bunny

Remind me to bookmark this for Mother's Day emails. Who could resist a cat that has adopted a bunny as part of its litter?

Link Via Woman's Day

Snaggle Puss. Good Lord. That's an awesome name for a kitty! And I did say, "Awwww!" out loud after seeing the bunny next to it's brother/sister at the 0:44 mark. :D
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It would be real surprising around my yard. Our cats eat rabbits any time they can. I've even seen the mother use live young rabbits to teach her kittens to kill. If the rabbit gets away, she goes and brings it back. But then, I don't feed the cats very much. I let them in the basement in the winter, but other than that, they can't even come in.
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Tanya, that's probably not the case. The mothering instinct is most likely so strong that the cat would most likely adopt any infant furball. It probably helps that the cat has enough food that it has no need to consider it lunch.
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So let me get this straight darlzwik....
You don't feed your cat, you didn't get her fixed, sounds like she frequently gets knocked up so she spawns even more feral cats that will help eliminate the native animals of your area, spread disease, & probably end up hurting someone elses pet.

And you think this is ok?
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No, that's not it at all. These are barn cats. I only have them so they will kill mice and rabbits. My dog also kills and eats baby rabbits. They are not feral, although in the summertime I have to feed them a bit more or they might go feral. Sometimes I won't see some of them for days. They almost can't spawn enough new kittens to keep up with the ones lost to cars, coyotes, hawks, and owls. These are not pet cats or dogs; they have jobs.
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My husband's family live on a farm as well, their own pet dogs and cats frequently kill the rabbits in the area and whatever else they can get ahold of which isn't much, but they still get them fixed. Just b/c you want them to do a certain job doesn't mean you should let them breed like crazy....... just my opinion :D
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If I did that, then I wouldn't have cats very long. As I said before, cars kill the cats, coyote kill the cats, hawks and owls kill the cats. If they weren't having litters now and then I would just have to keep getting cats from elsewhere. I'm not about to pay someone to "fix" a good cat that isn't broken, and most likely won't live very long anyway. I don't even name these cats. What I'd like to do is "fix" some of the rabbits, woodchucks, and deer around here.
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