Sweet Cat Takes In Orphaned Bunny As One Of Her Own

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The chances of a baby bunny surviving on its own in the wild are slim. When a tiny bunny in England became an orphan at just a week old, there was almost zero chance it would last through the season. But fate was smiling on this creature.

The bunny was taken in by a family in Rotherham, U.K., and named “Bubbles.” Shortly after, Bubbles met his new mother, but it wasn’t a rabbit. A cat named Snaggle Puss saw Bubbles lying on the couch, picked him up with her mouth and carried him over to the rest of her litter.

Source: YouTube/Diagonal View Snaggle Puss finds Bubbles on the couch.

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Snaggle Puss finds Bubbles on the couch.


Bubbles isn’t a kitten, but Snaggle Puss and her family don’t care. He’s adorable enough to fit right in!

Snaggle Puss cuddled Bubbles, nursed him, and groomed him just like she did with the rest of her litter. Even though these two species are often at odds, love knows no boundaries!

Bubbles is learning more about his feline side every day, teaching his family about the ways of rabbits, and living in comfort with cuddles to spare.

Source: YouTube/Diagonal View Snaggle Puss picked up Bubbles and introduced him to her own litter.

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Snaggle Puss picked up Bubbles and introduced him to her own litter.


What could be better than two cute animals like Bubbles and Snaggle Puss? It doesn’t take much to fall in love with these furry friends.

Want to see more of this adorable family dynamic in action? Watch Bubbles and Snaggle Puss up close and personal in the video below!

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Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.
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