A Cat Adopted an Orphaned Bunny and The Pictures Will Make You Cry

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Animals are much more kind than human beings are. And, when a new born bunny was orphaned, a cat adopted the bunny as her own.

Shortly after the bunny was born, its mother passed away. The bunny was on its own out in the streets and it’s chance of survival were really slim.

SURVIVING

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The first problem the bunny was facing was water. Without its mother, the little guy probably didn’t even know how to quench his thirst.

MILK

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According to animal researchers, bunnies need eight weeks of milk from their mother. This doesn’t just quench their thirst, it also strengthens their nervous and digestive system.

FINALLY FOUND

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The lonely bunny was almost on its last breathes when a family in Rotherham, U.K. found it. They took him in and brought his health back to full. They gave him quite an interesting name.

INTRODUCTIONS

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The family also had a cat named Snaggle Puss. When she met the bunny, Bubbles, she took him in. The cat had recently given birth and her maternal instincts instantly kicked in as she saw the weak bunny.

CARRYING BUBBLES

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As soon as the cat saw Bubbles, she carried him to her litter and adopted it to be a part of her family.

SNUGGLING WITH MUMMY

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Bubbles settling in. So cute…

DOES THIS HAPPEN OFTEN?

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The answer is no. It is extremely rare for cats to include a person from some other species in their own family.

WHY DID SHE TAKE HIM IN?

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A study showed that cats tend to pity animals that are orphaned or lonely. Most of the time, the cat had or is about to give birth. There has been a case where a cat adopted ducklings too.

YOUTUBE VIDEO

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Bubbles’ human family couldn’t help but show the world the unique relationship between these two. They recorded a video in 2008 and posted it in 2008.