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    Default Lucky/unlucky bunny!

    Just spotted this one in the news:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-61869120

    Unlucky bunny was hit by a car, lucky to have lived, unlucky to have been released 40 miles away from home
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    Would have taken him/ her to a Wildlife Rehab Centre myself. He/ she could have had internal injuries which might result in a slow death Or a fractured jaw which could me death by starvation


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    Have people completely lost all sense?
    What is wrong with people?
    Would he like to be hit by a car then driven 40 miles, given a carrot and left there?
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    Sometimes well-meaning people do the wrong thing because of ignorance. I hope this bunny's story will open discussions keep someone from doing something similar in the future.
    Sending vibes bunny is ok in spite of this poor decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunny momma View Post
    Sometimes well-meaning people do the wrong thing because of ignorance. I hope this bunny's story will open discussions keep someone from doing something similar in the future.
    Sending vibes bunny is ok in spite of this poor decision.
    Yes, it's a shame because the guy had all the right intentions, I wish he'd maybe asked a vet to check it over as IM says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Would have taken him/ her to a Wildlife Rehab Centre myself. He/ she could have had internal injuries which might result in a slow death Or a fractured jaw which could me death by starvation
    I said that to my Nan could have Internal injuries.
    Also being released further away and my Nan said poor rabbit could be part of a group and have family

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