Guest post – Lea Facey, Rabbit Residence

The current situation in the UK with the coronavirus outbreak and resulting lock down and social distancing measures has had a huge impact on rescues in general but particularly independent rescues like ourselves that rely on donations, income from holiday boarding and fundraising events to enable them to continue to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome unwantedRead More

Considering starting a rabbit rescue?

There are so many considerations. Rescue work can be an emotional roller-coaster of highs and lows – our helpful thoughts list may help you decide if running a rescue is right for you. Time & Emotional Support It’s important to understand that the Rescue is “YOU” – even with reliable volunteers the “buck” really doesRead More

Campaign Update Spring 2019

Welcome to another Campaign Update, keeping you informed of our constant fight to make things better for  bunnies. In the news Richard, our Expert Vet, has been busy putting together articles for the Mail on Sunday Healthy Pet Magazine, and also for Pet Plan’s journal. On top of this we did an interview for TheRead More

Winter Rescue Appeal

Although the RWAF is not a rescue, at times we are made aware of a situation that we cannot ignore. Last month we were involved in such a situation in Scotland which involved the closure of a large commercial breeding facility. We worked closely with all involved and were able to get the remaining 37Read More

April’s rescue page – have you got room?

Our rescue page has been updated for April and features two rescues, Windwhistle Warren in Gloucestershire and Little Angels Rescue in Essex https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rwf/?section=rescues.html In addition, we feature two further rescues in this message, and a further case where a private person has come to the rescue of bunnies about to be dumped. We start withRead More

April’s rescue page – have you got room?

Our rescue page has been updated for April and features two rescues, Windwhistle Warren in Gloucestershire and Little Angels Rescue in Essex https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rwf/?section=rescues.html In addition, we feature two further rescues in this message, and a further case where a private person has come to the rescue of bunnies about to be dumped. We start withRead More

Rescue Fund

Please remember our Rescue Fund. We have money still available to help support the adoption of rabbits from rescue centres. Those with single rabbits who wish to adopt can apply for funding to have their existing rabbit neutered, if they have passed a homecheck by a rescue and have suitable accomodation for 2 rabbits, soRead More