Ellie's rescue story... #rescuebunny From the NJ House Rabbit Society: Every year there are reports of stray or lose rabbits across the country. Rabbits left to fend for themselves outside, either intentionally or by accident, have little chance of living without suffering, and many may soon die if not rescued. If you ever encounter a stray rabbit, please do not assume he or she will be fine if left alone. Contact your closest rabbit rescue for help. You may also wish to take steps to safely secure the rabbit if at all possible. For advice on this, please see the following link, http://rabbit.org/faq-how-to-rescue-a-rabbit-running-loose/. Even if you secure the rabbit and cannot keep him or her, the rabbit will have a much better chance of living a healthy life thanks to your efforts. It is better that a rabbit find safety and comfort in a shelter or rescue than be left alone in the wild. Remember that domestic rabbits are not the same as wild ones.