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What’s wrong with keeping wild Newborn Bunny?

Posted in Babysitting on 14th February 2014

What’s wrong with keeping wild Newborn Bunny?
A friend of mine saved wild baby bunnies before death, when a man she rinsed out of their nest, it was about four babies in the nest. I have to take care of a home, but my mother said, as her wild, so that the little bunny go I was excited, but then I realize it’s better to leave with their own kind, rather than to be locked in a cage. ‘ strong> The best answer (s):

Wild newborn bunnies could have all kinds of diseaces including myxomatosis, which is fatal for pets and wild rabbits.

Answer by Paul Reply P
wild newborn baby rabbit is a very hard thing for them to navtie they are kept in cages to run and jump in the wilderness, and they are bite if they are detected earlier that the hard way

Answer by Suzi
What’s wrong with that? It is illegal, it is cruel, and usually turns out very bad for the Tier.Verbringen a few months in jail, and let us all know how much fun you. Confinement in In animals from the wild, not to protect – it takes her freedom, and effectively destroys any chance of a normal Leben.Wilde animals are not “happy” when in the cage. Imagine if some big monster takes you and threw you in a cage. Do you want to be happy? From home, your family and others of your kind Separated? Wildlife, fish and migratory birds are protected by law. You can not possess without a license or approval. Permits are given only to qualified persons only for rehabilitation, and in the rule, and then again to entlassen.Während your friend did in the wilderness the right thing by the bunnies, they should have brought them to a rehabber all. This is the best choice.

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What your friend should have done is put the babies back in the nest. It is illegal to keep wild animals if you have the appropriate licenses. Also it is very grausam.Die best info comes from this website: states: Many people mean well when they HRS after discovering an “abandoned” nest of wild rabbits to contact. They are often to “rehabilitate” they want with some advice from others. The reality is less than 10% of orphaned rabbits survive a week, and can provide the care that people attempt to illegally available to be unnecessary and potentially harmful. The best thing you can do is put the bunny right back where you found him to call in the general area, as the mother only come back at night and find him. Exit the area. If injured, please contact a wildlife rehabilitator or rabbit sofort.Kaninchen veterinarian hide their nests in plain view, often putting them in the open, for example, in the middle of the lawn, as well as in brush piles and long grass. If you find a nest that has disturbed you do everything possible to restore and protect rather than bring the children inside. If a dog has discovered the nest, keep your dog away from the area and reconstruct the nest with grasses. If need be, you can nest a few feet away where safer to bewegen.Kaninchen mothers breastfeed their babies for about 5 minutes per day. They are in the nest in the early morning and then again in the evening. The milk is very rich and the babies “fill up” to capacity within minutes. Mother rabbits do not “sit” on the babies to keep them warm, as some mammals and birds do. They build a nest with fur and grasses to keep the babies helps warm between feedings. Do not force a mother rabbit sitting in the nest. You can pick up the babies and see if they feed by (should not be in sunken) that (be they should not be blue in color or sluggish in movement) pinkness of her skin and activity and the amount the size of their stomachs the time you hear them crying (baby bunnies should be quiet all day …. if they constantly cry then they can not always be fed). If you come across a nest of bunnies in the wild and the mother is nowhere to be seen, please do not disturb … this is normal. With them out of the nest you strongly remove their chances of survival verringert.Wenn your dog disturbs a nest or a wild hare to see with open eyes, set it back please, if not injured. Mom is back at night to call only once in the middle of the night to feed him. Do not take within the hare or feed him. This is the parent job. IT is a matter of HIS / HER SURVIVAL AND UP TO U.S. AS HUMANS TO NATURE leave and let the MOM CARE FOR HER YOUNG. We hear of mothers moving their babies and their nests are often seen and have moms come back every night up to a week to look for her missing baby. Do not take the baby from the mother or she will hektisch.Wenn your friend still has the remaining rabbits, they need to contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. You can find here: ~ devo0028/contact.htm