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Despite being one of the most popular pets, rabbits are amongst the most neglected, with a huge proportion living out their days confined to a hutch, alone and unable to display the behaviours they would show in the wild.
We aim to improve the health and welfare of domestic rabbits through a combination of campaigning, education and the most up to date advice. If you are a rabbit owner or thinking of becoming one then there is a huge amount of information for you on these pages.
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With Covid-19 dominating the news, we’ve been inundated with questions about how this affects rabbit owners and put together an FAQ page.
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- Are Christmas trees safe for rabbits?We’ve been contacted a few times regarding a post that suggested giving old Christmas trees to bunnies. We have this update from Richard: “While chewing on the bark wont necessarily do rabbits any harm (unless itRead More
- Beware of OTC bloat treatmentsHere at the RWAF we are often asked about over-the-counter (OTC) medications for rabbits with gastrointestinal disorders, such as bloating. The two products generally discussed are simethicone and dimethicone and, less commonly, gripe water. Simethicone andRead More
- A Hutch is Not Enough and Preloved listingsThe Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund (RWAF) launched our A Hutch is Not Enough campaign a few years ago now but we would like to remind everyone why we did it and let everyone know aboutRead More
- Richard’s RAW interview on BBC CambridgeRabbit Awareness Week is a wrap! There was a huge amount of coverage and brilliant feedback. You can still listen to Richard’s interview here:https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08ml8gv It starts at 1 hour 11 mins in.
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