I am completely in love with Moonpie's mothering of the kittens... quite possibly the cutest thing ever! It's great that you took Casper in so he could have a nice old age... is his blindness from cataracts or genetic or what? Pumpkin is very cute... I've never heard of a rescue rabbit but I think it's great that there's someone out there to help them too!
I haven't bottle fed in about 3 months now (taking a break) and anytime I get a carrier from the garage for a transport she cries and looks for "her babies". Its very cute.
Carlos has cataracts and dry eye issues, his eyes are actually shrinking but we put 3 different eye medications in to stop the process and he feels much better than originally. He also has been recently diagnosed with heartworms and we are doing a very very light treatment which has been put on an even lighter dose after he had an embolism yesterday from dead worms in his arteries (It's been a long 48 hours for me!) He's up and walking now, but he was down for a few hours. Luckily I work for a veterinary neurologist and we got him treated fast enough for no permanent damage. I slept on the floor with him last night to make sure he didn't get up and hurt himself.
I've fostered and re-homed 8 rabbits (roughly one a year), 7 guinea pigs, 4 rats, 12 birds, and 3 goldfish. I've also done overnight care pre-transport for squirrels and baby wild rabbits before taking them to the wildlife rehabbers. Punkin' was left at the doorstep of our rescue facility. He's my favorite breed of rabbit so I had them neuter him that day. While under anesthesia we determined he's probably around 7 years old. He goes to kindergarten and 1st grade to help teach children the general needs of pets (love, food, water, shelter, "doctors", etc). He goes in the middle of their sitting-circles and they get to play a game, whoever he comes up to for a pet has to tell him something they think he'll need to be happy. Carrots is a popular answer. I fill in the blanks.