spacemouses

spacemouses

Posted on 07/16/2015


Photo taken on July 16, 2015


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Lucky Little Catch

Lucky Little Catch
No one thought this would happen!
Took about 20 minutes to get it away from her- it was unhurt, and I didn't fancy rabbit bits spread about in the house.
I was very wary about trying to grab her in her present condition, and she wasn't about to hand it over without a fight.
I finally managed to corner her, and when I got a hand on the bunny (no chance of getting hold of her), she let it go.

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8 comments - The latest ones
David Dahle
David Dahle
Bet the rabbit was making a fair bit of noise.
2 years ago.
spacemouses has replied to David Dahle
It was being very quiet. The way Little is holding it, is like its mother would shift it. Same as a kitten- just goes limp and gets carried about.
2 years ago.
Hickamorehackamore (Ellen Falbowski)
Hickamorehackamore (…
Nice you were able to get it away before it was hurt.
2 years ago.
Cat Shilova
Cat Shilova
again a very Lucky rabbit... he learned something important today...
2 years ago.
Lynn Kinloch
Lynn Kinloch
The bunnies at work have been disappearing and I had assumed it was likely to be foxes, however as I was locking up the other night I saw one of the babies being taken away by a huge hawk like bird!!! Nature in brutal action . . . . don't expect that one would have had a lucky escape like Little's Bunny did.
2 years ago.
spacemouses has replied to Lynn Kinloch
Gulls and Hoodies take them as well.
2 years ago.
Lynn Kinloch has replied to spacemouses
How does a Gull fly off with a rabbit . . . . surely they cannot get hold with their webbed feet?
2 years ago.
spacemouses has replied to Lynn Kinloch
Grab them with their beak. Can swallow them whole as well.
Birds are nasty creatures.
2 years ago.