So, you found a rabbit: Is it wild or domestic?
Wild rabbits in Seattle and surrounding areas are usually brown, and may have some white on the tummy and/or forehead. Look up “Eastern Cottontail” and this is most likely, what your wild bunny will look like (see photos here). Most other wild bunnies in WA State look strikingly similar to the Easter Cottontail in coloration as well. Unsure? Take a pic and send it to your local wildlife rescue.
“Washington State is home to eight species—six native species: Nuttall’s Cottontail, Pygmy Rabbit, Pika, Snowshoe Hare, Black-tailed Jackrabbit and White-tailed Jackrabbit and two non-native or introduced species: Eastern Cottontail and Domestic Rabbit.” PAWS