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The Navy Hospital Corpsman Who Saved the Bunnies


This compassionate guy saved some baby bunnies and then posted the story online, hoping that people would like it.

And they definitely did. So much so, that at last count, the story was shared nearly 11,000 times on Facebook.

An active-duty Navy Hospital Corpsman, Joshua Bisnar is no stranger to good deeds, regularly posting his kind acts on the social media site, Reddit, according to an article on

Bisnar found the baby bunnies where he lives in Camp Pendleton, California as he was raking the volleyball court at the barracks. He spotted an adult rabbit who had died and then found a small hole with 4 tiny rabbits in it.

“I grabbed a box put a few old shirts into it and picked up the bunnies. I researched how to raise them and what to feed them. I made a nice box for them to live in a and bottle fed them until I could (wean) them to eat the local foods. After a couple months I brought them to a wildlife rescue because they were starting to jump out of their box. It was a lot of hard work but I loved the bunnies….”

Read his full story of the rescue here.

Pat Chichester commented on the Real Men are Kind to Animals facebook page:  “That’s how we roll as Marines…we take care of those that can’t fend for themselves….”

Yes, indeed, real men are always kind to animals. :-)

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