Thursday, May 31, 2012

on saving the lives of harmless infant hares

i thought about actually telling all you guys how to take care of a baby hare you might find someday, but i'm feeling lazy today, and i doubt you'll ever want to sit and read all the stories i could tell you about taking care of wild hares. so i'll just share a bunch of cute pix that i took this morning of the baby i'm currently taking care of. i found it last night on the porch, quite traumatized from almost being mauled to death by our outdoor dog.

                tis so tiny!                                      i havta make sure it can't jump out                and it likes 2%milk.

this one's awkward..of both my hand, and the hare.

he/she is doing really well this morning, it drank some milk, cuddled up in my hand, and then went to sleep. i'm surprised at how calm this one is acting, i've had some really crazy ones before.
i like saving baby hares.
i'm just hoping our dog doesn't bring me anymore. the spring of 2010 found me with 14 wild hares to save. yikes, not doing that again!
and that is all for today folks!

in case your wondering why i didn't call this cute thing a rabbit/bunny, you might wanna look up the difference between rabbits and hares. ;) i actually call it "the rabbit", even tho its a hare..oh well :p


  1. Awww! Ii is so cute, and tiny! I want one! <3

  2. oh golly! It's so keeyewt! ^_^

  3. It's so tiny and cute!! ADORABLE!

  4. adorable. Well done on being it's saving grace!

  5. Today, I went to the beach with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said "You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear." She placed the shell to her ear and screamed.

    There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is totally off topic
    but I had to tell someone!

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