Do cats eat baby bunnies?
Most cats will, due to their predatory nature, catch and eat baby rabbits. Some cats who are raised around domestic rabbits will not harm them. Other cats are just more gentle all around and won't hurt other animals.
So to answer your question: It depends on the cat!
Bunnies eat mostly grasses and leaves, some twigs and vegetables, maybe the occasional fruit or grain. (Pet bunnies eat hay, pellets, and dark leafy greens.) See the related questions below for details. Pretty much all predators eat bunnies: - Dogs: pets and wild dogs, like foxes, coyotes, wolves - Cats: pets and wild cats, like bobcats, mountain lions - Weasels: like stoats, polecats, ferrets - Birds of prey: like eagles, owls, hawks - Racoons…
Yes, I am a 53 year old widow who loves cats and i have about 6 cats. they are my babies. my daughter just had another baby and when i babysit i feed them the baby food. they eat it but they drop it all over the floor....my cats will eat it up and honestly the vet said it was fine because baby food is healthy for you.
They won't actually eat the bunny but be careful if they weren't brought up together since they where babies they might potentially hurt eachother. I wouldn't suggest putting them together. My cat will watch my bunnies but not eat them. The only thing that looked like she hurt one was when she pawed at one.