Do Cats Eat Rabbits?

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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes... Cats DO eat rabbits.  We have an outside cat that the previous owners of our house left behind.  It is constantly killing rabbits and leaving them on the doorstep just as it does mice and other smaller animals... It's actually quite gross.  I've owned cats before and had never experienced this... Maybe it just depends on the cat... It's wierd though... I thought that was a dog thing.
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Kaylie Marks answered
Yes and no, because some cats are not afraid to hunt a furry rabbit, other play with them until
they are dead, instead of eating the rabbits right away.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes, cats can and will eat Rabbits. My cat is an in door/ out door cat. He always has dry and wet food available. But is always bring stuff home like birds, mice, squirrel,and the latest a jack rabbit that was bigger than him. He didn't just play with it! He ate half of it. Now I have to lock the kitty door because he's bringing them in. He is going crazy with hunting right now and it's really disgusting. I don't know what's gotten in to him. Cat's can be very wild be careful what you put outside. Sorry about your bunny hopefully it just ran away.
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Anonymous answered
Yes, my "non-hunting" cats does. We'll say," are you eating bunnies?"
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Hailey answered
Does any one have any ideas for a cage for outside
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Anonymous answered
My cat is well fed and comes in and out as he pleases, always food in his bowl. I saw him catch and start to eat an adult wild hare (rabbit). They love em and will hunt and kill anything and everything. Ive seen him kill many squirrels.
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Anonymous answered
Yes, they do. My cat is 12 years old and he has recently started hunting rabbits. Unfortunately he hunts bunnies as well as full size rabbits. At times he'll try to eat them and other times, won't. I'm not sure what has caused this new obsession, but he also hunts mice, birds and has even brought home a snake.
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max atwood answered
My neighbors cat killed 3 of her rabbbits in less than 5 min. Just one cat. I was there. They were pretty clean kills. Quick to. Lucky for the rabits.
Allabarra Lantern Profile
On holiday, last year, we saw a cat drag a dead wild rabbit over a wall to its home. We were very surprised as we thought this could not happen. The cat must have been taking it for food. (we did not see the kill, though)
Ziv Profile
Ziv answered
I beilive so.
Because I got a rabbit for my 6th birthday and I never got to see him
:(
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I hope not , I can't find my rabbit , I think my niehborghs cat has eaten him , waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Apirl Profile
Apirl answered
It is entirelly possibl but I also think you would see evidence of that fr bones tc. The rabbit could have jsut run away when the cat cme up
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J' Mikel answered
Cats don't eat rabbits but snakes do. How big was the rabbit? A hawk or an owl could have eaten it
thanked the writer.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Cats DO eat rabbits and I know this because I've experienced it.
I had a rabbit and it he was a outdoor pet. And somehow it came out of his hutch and a cat just ran into my garden and bit my rabbit's neck and ran away with it.
I could see it because I had a CCTV.
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Anonymous commented
Cats DO eat rabbits and I know this because I've experienced it.
I had a rabbit and it he was a outdoor pet. And somehow it came out of his hutch and a cat just ran into my garden and bit my rabbit's neck and ran away with it.
I could see it because I had a CCTV.
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animals tube commented
Yes some cats do

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