Thank you everyone for the advice. I read the replies at work and stopped at the feed store for rabbit food and was able to buy a 1 lb bag of hay. (I know I overpaid for it, but I didn’t think that one bunny would be able to eat a whole bale and I don’t have anywhere to put it.)
Bunny is looking much improved today, but I still can’t get a look at her belly. I didn’t see any blood in the cage. Are bunnies able to reach all of their bodies with their mouth? I am worried about the stitches.
I’ve put signs all over my community, how far can rabbits travel if they are scared? I guess I could go knock on doors if bunny lives somewhere close.
I can tell that bunny was a pet, she likes it when I rub between her eyes and under her ears. She comes to the door of the cage when I open it and acts like she expects to be let out, not that she is trying to escape.
The cat in question is a teenaged male who got fixed on Wednesday. If I had known that this was going to happen, I would have waited for the neutor. Looking at kitty’s belly, the rabbit would have done it for me had I waited even a minute to break the fight up.
This is actually a good thing for the cat. He’s a black male and an adult. He wouldn’t do well at adoptions, but now that he’s got a “story”, I might be able to find him a home.
I’m not naming either of them. They are not my pets, and they are going to go away. Kitty will get adopted out, and bunny’s owner will see the signs and bunny will go home. Bangs fist on the desk. I am SERIOUS about this.
Bunny sure is cute with those droopy ears and wiggly nose…not to mention that I’ve long been a fan of short haired black cats. They look like miniture panthers when they are adults…