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Bluefishlucksays: "These are a few of orphaned Eastern Cottontails that were brought into the wildlife center where I work. This picture was taken when they just came in, but two weeks later the bunnies grew larger and healthier and today we just released them into the wild!"

Oh I hope they enjoy their new-found freedom!

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This is Humprey, our Flemmish Giant bunneh acting as surrogate "mom" for a two week old rescue kitteh we are raising here at Wild Rescue in Denton, Texas. He is always so patient with whatever baby critter we need him to take care of.

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By Casey
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My latest rescue, Stella, napping in the afternoon a couple days after I found her and her sister Dumpie in a dumpster behind my work!

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By Braveharlot
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Braveharlot says: "This baby Yak was orphaned by his mother, so I rescued him and brought him inside to try and keep him alive. He was about ten-days-old in this shot. He's now a rambunctious two-month-old, but it was pretty hit or miss for the first few days. He ended up with the name "Squeaky" because he made sad, little, squeaking noises whenever he got hungry."

Awwww poor widdle orphaned Yak! Don't worry Squeaky, now you have a loving home. I hope you never have to be alone again <3

- Sally Squeeps

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By Empress of the Universe
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remembersarah says: "This is my miracle bunny, Nubs. I placed him on his back so it'd be easier to see why he is named in such a way. He is missing half of his hind legs, as well as his tail because his mother chewed them off the day after he was born. He was bleeding quite a bit, so I was afraid he wouldn't make it, but after plenty of special attention and prayer, Nubs miraculously survived. Now he is several months old, healthy, and his little nubs have healed nicely."

You are a hero! Nubs looks so happy!

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