I have had a problem lately with what I assume is my cats eating my baby bunnies. There is no way the cats can get in the pens but I think they are grabbing the bunnies feet through wire bottom and killing/eating them that way. At first I thought it was the doe, but I took her out and it is still happening. I have found several dead bunnies, in all conditions of "being eaten" Sometimes I have found just a foot, other times the head and back bone. I feed my cats every night, so they are not starving to death not even close. My hutches are up off the ground but I think the cats are standing on the maure piles and grabbing their feet, often I have found dead bunnies with just a missing foot. I am removing the manure from under the pens and will keep doing so, I feed the cats, I spray them with the garden hose when I catch them out there, is there anything else I can do? It could also be a coon or something, but I am starting with the most obvious, easy to fix problem. What else can I do to keep my cats away from my rabbits? :help: Getting rid of the cats is not an option as they also keep the mouse population to an almost non-existent level. I have been just feeding them dog food because they always eat with my dog and I don't want him to have cat food. I am putting the dog down tomorow, old age, aches and pains, so I can feed the cats cat food, will this help?