Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Decker the rabbit
My wife and I have been driving about an hour South (100 miles round trip) the last few days to capture domestic rabbits that were abandoned by various twerps.
The above rabbit is Decker, so named because we spent the better part of two hours trying to lure him out from underneath a deck. The deck was surrounded with a wooden latticework which restricted his movement options and kept us out. His mate is a lovely black rabbit, also around eight pounds who delivered a litter of two black bunnies and two white about a week after being caught.
Both rabbits were turned over to the Bristol County Rabbit Rescue, as a the moment they have more room than the House Rabbit Network. They're local to the site with the feral rabbits and are thus able to get down more often to catch the strays.