Baby Rabbit And Pigeon Were Rescued And Tore Down A Small Wall So They Could Cuddle

Baby Rabbit And Pigeon Were Rescued And Tore Down A Small Wall So They Could Cuddle

This story is about a baby rabbit and pigeon who were rescued and kept at the Kildare Animal Foundation Wildlife Unit in Ireland. 

The Kildare Animal Foundation is home to several rescue animals and provides medical care for those in need. But they did not anticipate a young rabbit and a pigeon to look after each other.

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The baby rabbit was discovered by the members of the foundation in a precarious situation. It required immediate medical attention, so they brought it here. After that, a young pigeon, that had been rescued from an abandoned nest, arrived there. Both of them were required to be kept inside the incubator, and because there was only one, they had to share it. However, it was separated by a little wall. 

Baby Rabbit And Pigeon Were Rescued And Tore Down A Small Wall So They Could Cuddle

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The vet kept them in the incubator and left them for some other work. When she arrived to check on them, she noticed that the rabbit and the pigeon were lying close to each other and had torn the little wall between them. They were hugging and cuddling each other, and their condition appeared to have improved. 

Baby Rabbit And Pigeon Were Rescued And Tore Down A Small Wall So They Could Cuddle

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Both of them recovered from their situation and lived a healthy life. We hope that they will remain friends, until they are separated to release back into the wild.

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