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    I feel sssoooooo bad..

    I am currently taking care of my nephew and he likes to take my cats outside *I live in a small town* while they were out there today, one of them found a baby bunny in some tall grass and beat it up pretty good. My nephew discovered it and came to tell me that one of the cats killed a mouse. So I went to look right away and realized it wasn't a mouse but wasn't sure what it was at first. I looked it over and seen that the lill guy was bleeding pretty good and hardly moving. So, I was brought up in the life style of old fashioned, back in the sticks type were nature is cruel sometimes.. so I decided to put the poor guy out of its misery and do it grandpas way and clunk it over its head. *I feel guilty just saying that* so, well... I did it and somehow one of the legs got broken pretty good.. and just the thought of this all and hurting the lill guy is really getting to me. *Lill bunny did get a decent barrial*

    Basically, I feel absolutely horrible and I need to get it out. I am an animal lover too, so that makes it worse. Well, im half past out on ambien right now so I better shush.

  2. #2
    You posted sometime ago so I hope you've managed to move past this. I don't blame you for feeling bad! I love animals too. However, I think you did the right thing ending the animals suffering. I hope this helps.

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    Dec 2011
    I once hit a rabbit with my car, i drove back and saw it lift his head in misery.

    I had to aim my tire over it so i could finish the little friend off...

    These things happen, i knew it was a combined effort of me and the bunny, no harm was intended and idid my best to avoid it. But youve learned something now, dont send your cats outside..



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