Two leverets, child rabbits, dozed sufficiently as they trusted that their mom will return. The mother bunny set up the home in the forest almost a man’s garden.
During the day, the mother rabbit leaves her children so she can go rummaging. She just visits them once per night to take care of them. She mustn’t lead any hunters to the home.
Before she leaves her children, the mother rabbit puts forth a valiant effort to tidy them and cover them up to stay away from recognition.
The following day there are hunters close by. A stoat, a badger, or an owl could swipe one of the leverets. At the point when the mother rabbit gets back to the home, she observes one of her infants is absent.
She goes through the late evening looking for him, and he is no place to be found.The remaining leveret develops further.
He even begins to wander around the forest during the day. Feeling daring, he investigates the wide world, yet it is brimming with risks.
A stoat recognizes the leveret on a walk, and they get into a piece. They curve and tumble, and the mother rabbit comes to frighten off the stoat.
Once night fell, an owl detected the leveret and went to snatch him. The mother rabbit stepped in again to save her child. They endure one more day together.