I was contacted by a person who wants me to take in 2(TWO) young rabbits that have splayed back legs. At this point, that is all I know, dont know cause(slippery floor/genetics) or the exact age of the bunnies. I did a bit of research on the subject, and the outcome is usually grim, or a lot of work to have to keep them going. I do not know if the condition could possibly be fixed with simple hobbling. The person bought these rabbits from craigslist, to rescue them from being snake food, but now is desperate to get rid of them because of the care involved. She says her only other option is euthanasia, which, from my preliminary reading, seems to me like maybe its the most humane thing to do. Just thought Id see if anybody here has some insight as to whether Id be biting off more than I can chew with taking in 2 disabled rabbits. But, I like to help when and if I can . . . Tho i can care for all my many animals in a responsible manner, I am in NO position FINANCIALLY to deal with 2 rabbits that need to go to the vet frequently, and some folks already know my opinion of vets . . . Honestly, I have hatched splayed legged chicks, and have been able to correct about 2/3s of them simply by sticking them in small tight shot glasses, and the persistent cases became food for my reptiles . . . It doesnt seem so easy with rabbits . . . I need as much opinion on this as I can get before I can convince myself to make this commitment, as, sadly, I am leaning towards telling her to go ahead and have them euthanized. PS- I have come to the conclusion that I can not kill and eat a cute bunny, so unfortunately thats out . . . Why did all my other 5 rescued rabbits have to be sooo cute and friendly . . .