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We came across two baby bunnies on the pavement (sidewalk), there were 4 in total but the other two were dead already. Their mom was nowhere around, and they werent in any kind of nest/burrow. We're in Texas so its 92 degrees outside, Im not sure if they other two died of disease or dehydration. But we took the 2 that were alive to our vet but they didnt want to help in any way. Silly me for thinking if you are a vet you like animals and wouldn't want to see two little bunnies die. I guess they werent making any money of this one so didnt care. :angry: We tried another vet.. same thing.

Is there nothing like the RSPCA here?

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Yes it's called the ASPCA - this is their website www.aspca.org/ :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland

Try your local Humane Society, or wildlife rehabilitators.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada

Vets will not look after wild animals. Its not their jurisdiction and it is a HUGE danger to the clinic to have wild animals in there. You do not know what they carry and they can give it to peoples pets.


The ASPCA does not support the keeping of any wild animal as a pet. Injured or orphaned wild animals should be cared for by licensed wildlife rehabilitators whose objective is to return the animals to the wild.

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