Is this a domestic rabbit? Found deep in a riparian preserve in Central Arizona.

  1. He's suffering out there, if he hasn't already been eaten. Hopefully they can catch him and take him to a rescue. He'll be adopted, more than likely.

  2. Oh no! Somebody just threw it away to starve or be eaten. I hope you or someone caught it and found or gave it a home. Poor bunny must be terrified!

  3. A cat trap with a rabbit water bottle, some hay and a treat like apple slices will likely catch this fella. I had to catch a few that were dumped in an abandoned lot near my job once. If you're worried about the heat, cover with a tarp and throw in a frozen water bottle. That is, if park personnel can't help it.

  4. I called the park ranger, they called me back an hour later to confirm exactly where I saw the rabbit. Apparently I wasn't the only one who had called about it either.

  5. He's suffering out there, if he hasn't already been eaten. Hopefully they can catch him and take him to a rescue. He'll be adopted, more than likely.

  6. Some people don't understand the difference between wild and domestic rabbits, and think they're setting them "free".

  7. I just wanna say, it may or may not be a pet bunny. We had two of these get out at our barn and those suckers multiplied and dug tunnels (dangerously) EVERYWHERE. They were wild, they were fast, and we couldn't catch them. All white with red eyes. It was so bad. Wound up with about 15 of them.

  8. If there's ever a special screening of Monty Python's Holy Grail, make sure you go and watch it. It's a million times better with a big crowd. I've had this privilege once and I'll never forget it.

  9. He's suffering out there, if he hasn't already been eaten. Hopefully they can catch him and take him to a rescue. He'll be adopted, more than likely.

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