One of my killer siamese cats got a hold of a baby rabbit, but it's still alive. The rabbit is old enough to look like a mini rabbit, furred, about the size of a rat. We found it panting lying on its side. It has some marks that might not be puncture wounds, just cat spit but right by its eye there is a puncture, the area around the eye is red and swollen and the eyeball is bloody red. I put it in the brooder to keep it warm on a piece of newspaper (no chicks yet, it's a universal box brooder). My husband has gone to CVS to get some saline, some pedialite, and an eyedropper. Any suggestions where to go from here? I have betadine and blu-kote but I don't think this should go near the eye? I was going to rinse the wound area by the eye with saline and the other damp spots with betadine. If the bunny lives it will probably be blind on that side but it looks otherwise OK so should we try to save it? What temp should the brooder be? And if we shouldn't try to save it how should I euthanize it? Thanks a lot. We're pretty ignorant about wound care, but I feel responsible for the little guy.