Yes. That creature in the cat’s jaws is a rabbit.
The Amami rabbit is a primitive rabbit that is found only Amami Ōshima and Tokunoshima, which are islands that are part of the Ryukyu Islands, which lie to the southwest of the main Japanese archipelago.
Only 2,000 of these rabbits remain, and they are under increasing threat from predation from dogs, cats, and mongoose that have been introduced to their islands. They were given protection in 1921. Before that protection was given, these rabbits were nearly wiped out through unsustainable hunting.
This rabbit is considered a “living fossil,” for it resembles the ancient rabbits that used to be found on the Asian mainland.
This particular image was taken by a motion-activated camera that was set up to catch an image of the rabbits, but instead, it caught this image of a feline predator and its endangered prey.
Feral cats are bad for wildlife. End of story.
As of 2008, the Amami rabbit was part of a cloning project.
The cats don’t care whether they are clones or not. They’ll kill them just the same.