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The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund

The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund

The Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund is the largest organisation devoted to improving rabbit welfare

In the latest edition of our Rabbiting On magazine, we talk about jaw abscesses & ear based swellings in buns and what every owner needs to know about them. Abscesses are more complex in rabbits than they are in cats or dogs due to the pus inside them being hard, not runny, making them harder to drain.But with immediate treatment by a rabbit-friendly vet and good nursing care, the most effective treatment and the right antibiotics, the outlook can be very good 🐰🐰If you want to learn all about them & educate yourself on all things rabbits, then subscribe to our Rabbiting On Magazine today:Paypal – py.pl/6tUyUb6PDKwDirect Debit – pay.gocardless.com/AL0002FYZ1NTGNApple pay & Google Pay – buy.stripe.com/5kA7u7dV97JM5NK000 See MoreSee Less
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Happy Father’s Day to all the bun-derful rabbit dads out there 🐰🩵#fathersday #dad #rabbitdad #bundad See MoreSee Less
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Has your house been “chinned” hoomans? 🤭🐰#RabbitBehaviour #Chinning #RabbitWelfareAssociationAndFund #RWAF See MoreSee Less
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The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund
Help us make sure that animals have a voice in this general election!Today we’re supporting Animal Aid by calling on parties and election candidates to make pledges on 10 key issues to help ensure a kinder future for animals. Visit www.hsi.org/crackdownoncruelty to urge your candidates to #CrackdownOnCruelty You can also check out voteforanimals.org.uk to see what political parties and candidates are saying about animal protection issues! See MoreSee Less
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With the weather now getting warmer, it’s impawtant to remember to keep our buns cool 🐰🥵Here’s some top tips from our Vet Specialist Adviser, Dr Richard Saunders: – Offer a water bowl instead of a water bottle. – DO NOT give your rabbits ice cubes. – Offer them plenty of shade. – Frozen water bottles or cool pods are helpful.You can find more information on our website here: rabbitwelfare.co.uk/tips-for-keeping-cool/ See MoreSee Less
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