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WATCH: Baby rabbits rescued by Inverness SPCA


By Louise Glen

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Bunnies rescued by the SPCA in Inverness.
Bunnies rescued by the SPCA in Inverness.

Five baby rabbits have been rescued by Inverness SPCA after their home was destroyed in a flood.

The rescued rabbits are now being cared for at the SPCA rescue centre in Fishcross, near Stirling.

They will be released back into the wild as soon as they are ready.

On the SPCA's twitter feed a spokeswoman said: "Look at this bunch of beautiful baby buns!

"These rabbits were found when their burrow was flooded.

Bunnies rescued by the SPCA in Inverness.
Bunnies rescued by the SPCA in Inverness.

"They were cared for by the team at our Inverness centre then taken to our National Wildlife Hospital at Fishcross, where they will stay until they're ready to be released."

She continued: "As Scotland's emergency service for animals, we're responding to more than 140 reports of animals in need every single day throughout the coronavirus pandemic. "

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