Where I Found My Rabbit
Well I found my rabbit in a place no animal should be and shockingly, it lived.
My one friend had put on facebook that they were trying to find a bunch of rabbits that they breed for research and studies at a local college some homes. After I hear that if they aren't adopted they are probably euthanized I thought 'pet saver himself' to the rescue again. (At one point I brought home a lobster, some turtles and four ducks--which didn't go so swell at my parent's house) But, none the less I end up bringing home this rabbit which, I thought I had an old cage for. Of course, I must have thrown it out because now I have a fairly large, white rabbit (think typical experimental rabbit with red eyes) hopping around my kitchen and I have to leave for work in 20 minutes. Great.
My solution...a quick fix....grab some deer fencing and make a little habitat or something (you know, that mesh stuff that goes on bushes) and off to work. Well, sure enough I come home and find the rabbit hopping around outside of the 'cage'. Whatever-no problem just make it a little more secure.
I head off to work the next morning and all I wanted to do was take a nap when I got home before I had to go back to work later in the day. I guess I should have learned my lesson because I get home and realized it happened AGAIN. But, this time where did the rabbit go? Couldn't find that thing anyway and it was a BIG Rabbit.
WELP...suddenly I realized the cap was off the sump pump. And whoops, there was Buster.
Before you call PETA, Buster did make it. And rabbits should not be dunked in water I thought I was going to loose him it was just shivering. But, Buster did live to tell the story and than I was told he could not stay in the house anymore. So, Buster was living out of the back of my truck for a day before I could convince the SPCA that Buster could not be on a waiting list to get taken in and that he needed to be adopted pronto.
I try to save the rabbit from being euthanized and for crying out loud he almost had a way worse death. I should just stick with my fish...