Some bunny needs a home

The found bunnies.
Edmonds resident Jenna Nand reports that a “very adorable and friendly pair of dumped or lost bunnies just showed up in Edmonds,” and she is hoping to find a home for them.
“I went out to meet them tonight, they sniffed my fingers and let me stay within a few feet of them,” Nand said Tuesday night. “Definitely a bonded pair and definitely not feral born.”
Nand said it’s urgent to find a home for the rabbits, as the backyard they are occupying “is huge and in an area that is visited by coyotes.”
“If you happen to recognize these bunnies, please let me know and I will try to reunite them with their owners,” Nand said. “It is far more likely that somebody abandoned them, in which case we want to get them to a loving indoor home where they will be safe.
“These seem like healthy young bunnies and they are just so cute and friendly,” she added. “if you’re interested in fostering or adopting these little guys, let me know.”
Nand can be reached at jotting_jen@yahoo.com.

One Reply to “Some bunny needs a home”

  1. Very nice of you. I don’t know where you live in Edmonds but I have lived here 30 years. In those 30 years I have maybe seen 1 rabbit in my yard.
    I now have 2 rabbits. They are a mother and teenage rabbit. They are not in nature as skittish as a squirrel even if feral. I have spoken to people in 5 corners and Mount Lake who say they too have rabbits in their yards.
    This is from cutting all of these trees down. Plain and simple.
    Also more not usually seen frequently birds too.
    If you put some viola plants out…they love those…they ate ours to the stumps haha. We were happy to share.
    Put some water out. They can’t and don’t use the birdbath.
    So, expect more and more of all our woodland creatures in your yards. Seeing Eagles perched here too. Will this become a problem…maybe. But if we continue cutting trees everywhere it will.
    Lots of raccoons too. They are aggressive. They are also infected with rabies often. As are fox, coyotebats and skunks.
    Maybe an article from Edmonds Humane Officers would be good?

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