After mother's death, baby bunnies get second chance

Posted at 4:20 PM, Feb 12, 2017
As he was taking the volleyball court at the barracks in Camp Pendleton, California, this guy came across a dead rabbit.
A moment later, he found a small hole with four baby rabbits in it.
He grabbed a box put a few old shirts into it and picked up the little animals. He then researched how to raise them and what to feed them, making a nice box for them to live in and bottle feeding them until he could ween them to eat the local foods.
After a couple months they were brought to a wildlife rescue because they were starting to jump out of their box. 
See the cute little rabbits in the video below.