Still new to this, so bear with me...

Hopefully, the more I do this, the better I get. Or at least that is the theory...

Today at work, we had to do some training as it's audit time and as I'm new, I need to get caught up on things.
As I'm walking to the conference room in the other building across the parking lot, I spot this little bunny rabbit scrunched up in the gutter next to the curb. I leaned down and saw that it was just shaking like a leaf, it was so scared. I just smiled and went on my way to my training.
Three hours later, after the boring training was over and we all were heading back to work, I looked in the spot I saw it in before and it wasn't there. I looked around and didn't see any remains, so I'm guessing it got out of there when it had the chance.
When I was looking at the bunny, I remembered what I had read in the newspaper the day before about little animals you find lying around. My local Department of Natural Resources says to not touch or pick them up as more than likely they are not abandoned or injuried, just trying something new for the first time or are crossing those huge patches of human things we call roads, 
parking lots or what have you.
In other words, it's best to leave the wild animals alone.

Until next time, whenever that may be...

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1 Good post. :-)

Posted by: retroflex at Fri Apr 27 02:28:45 2007 (/5xrz)

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