Sisters' bunny escaped - Help!
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Hello /an/, would you mind helping me out?
The thing is, my parents and sisters went on holidays and left the house to my care, including the plants and Mr Cookie, a dwarf rabbit. And last night it rained and there was thunder, and Mr Cookie who was hidden in his cage, under a blanket protecting him from the rain, managed somehow to slip out of his cage and went I don't know where. (It's 14PM here) Two hours ago, when I woke up, I saw him in the garden, which is mostly composed of various plants with a place in the middle with chairs and a table, but as soon as I turned my back to him in order to find his food, he was gone. I saw him once in my neighbours' garden so I asked them and they told me that he had spent the night in their living room because of the thunder, but that he left earlier. In a few hour, a friend of mine will come to my house and we will look after the little monster, but I'm afraid he might find a way to get out of our gardens, which lead to the city, and i don't want him on the roads in my block, for the youth here is extremely mean with animals.
Do you know any techniques to attract a bunny? Some kind of trap or maybe specific food? (He has eaten some weeds and a carrot in my neighbour's garden, but his food pot is still empty)
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This duck appears to have it's tongue hanging out of it's mouth. I've already contacted the local animal shelters and a wildlife reserve that will be getting back to me later today. The duck and it's family (Mother and 3 siblings, I think), spent a few hours on the shore of our lake house, this one clearly injured in some way. The thing below it's beak appears to be it's tongue, and it moves a little bit. I have a video if it will help anybody with a diagnosis, but the internet connection here is horrific so it will take me a long while to upload and I'd really prefer to not do it. Is there anything else I can do for it? Or should I just wait for the reserve?
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Meet my Chinchilla's
Top - Chimme
Bottom - Chonga
I got them about 2 months ago and they've been happy and healthy.
I have a bed, soft cotton, 8 wooden chew toys, 2 cooling pads to regulate their body temp, cotton bed, A spinning wheel to run on, carefresh bedding, 2 tunnels, and timothy hay.