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If you are thinking about adopting rabbits, please always #AdoptDontShop! Not only will you be giving an abandoned bun a second chance at hoppiness, but you will be supporting rescue centres that are stretched beyond capacity. What’s more, rabbits from reputable rescue centres are often neutered, so they are ready to be bonded right away with your bun! What’s not to love? 🤷🥰 Rabbit Care, Pet Rabbit, Mental Wellbeing, Health And Wellbeing, Rabbit Behavior, Domestic Rabbit, Good Buddy, Keeping Healthy, Welfare
Every bun needs somebun to love ❤️
If you are thinking about adopting rabbits, please always #AdoptDontShop! Not only will you be giving an abandoned bun a second chance at hoppiness, but you will be supporting rescue centres that are stretched beyond capacity. What’s more, rabbits from reputable rescue centres are often neutered, so they are ready to be bonded right away with your bun! What’s not to love? 🤷🥰
We hate to imagine just how many poor rabbits have been abandoned following the festive season after being given as presents 😔💔 Rabbits are not gifts and never should be given as such! If you are looking to adopt pet rabbits, please: always do your research first to ensure you have the time, space, and money to care for them; do not support rabbit breeding; and #AdoptDontShop and give an abandoned bun the forever home they deserve 💛 Rescue Rabbit, Pet Advertising, Female Rabbit, Pet Bunny, Bunnies, Bunny Poster, Raising Rabbits
Adopt Don’t Shop
We hate to imagine just how many poor rabbits have been abandoned following the festive season after being given as presents 😔💔 Rabbits are not gifts and never should be given as such! If you are looking to adopt pet rabbits, please: always do your research first to ensure you have the time, space, and money to care for them; do not support rabbit breeding; and #AdoptDontShop and give an abandoned bun the forever home they deserve 💛
How many poor rabbits do you think will end up in rescue centres after being given as Christmas presents this year? 😔💔 Sadly, the answer will be hundreds. It’s not fair to give living creatures as presents, and it’s even worse to abandon them. If you are looking to adopt new rabbits, please always #adoptdontshop and give abandoned buns another chance 💛 Dog Breeder, Breeders, Animal Welfare Act, Animal Doctor, Rabbit Breeds
Rabbits Aren’t Just For Christmas
How many poor rabbits do you think will end up in rescue centres after being given as Christmas presents this year? 😔💔 Sadly, the answer will be hundreds. It’s not fair to give living creatures as presents, and it’s even worse to abandon them. If you are looking to adopt new rabbits, please always #adoptdontshop and give abandoned buns another chance 💛
Rabbits are a 10-year commitment, not just for Christmas 🐰🎁🙅
Rabbits do not make good first-time pets for children and are not a good Christmas present idea. Rabbits are a 10-year commitment and can equate to over £11,000 over their lifetime! This is one of the reasons why so many rabbits are abandoned every year, and UK rescue centres are facing one of the greatest crises ever. Rabbits are living, breathing animals, not objects or playthings. Don’t add to the current welfare crisis, please think twice about giving rabbits as Christmas presents.
Adopt Don’t Shop
Sadly, so many rescue centres are at max capacity and cannot take in any more abandoned buns. All the time rabbits are not being adopted, more are bred to fulfil supply and demand. This means more unwanted buns are being dumped and even euthanised. This is not fair. Buying rabbits from pet shops and breeders means that more and more rescue rabbits are being forgotten about, which has a huge knock-on effect. Please, do not buy from pet shops or breeders. Always adopt, don’t shop.
Rescue rabbits are not damaged. Unfortunately, this is a stigma attached to rescue pets. In reality, there are many reasons why rabbits end up in rescues, from unwanted litters to the cost-of-living crisis. Whatever the reason, rescue rabbits need a loving forever home. Yes, they need to be bonded with existing buns and might need to get used to human interaction again, but it’s not impossible. Please don’t listen to the myths and overlook rescue rabbits because they wouldn’t overlook you 💛 Dutch Rabbit
Are rescue rabbits damaged or broken?
Rescue rabbits are not damaged. Unfortunately, this is a stigma attached to rescue pets. In reality, there are many reasons why rabbits end up in rescues, from unwanted litters to the cost-of-living crisis. Whatever the reason, rescue rabbits need a loving forever home. Yes, they need to be bonded with existing buns and might need to get used to human interaction again, but it’s not impossible. Please don’t listen to the myths and overlook rescue rabbits because they wouldn’t overlook you 💛
Ban Rabbit Breeding! 🙅🐰
As there is currently no legislation for rabbit breeding, absolutely anyone can breed rabbits with no consideration of wellbeing or welfare. Legally, pet shops must be licensed, which ensures that certain standards are met for the animals they are selling. Unfortunately, a licence is not needed if a person is breeding and selling rabbits online. Can you help us change this by signing our petition?
Did you know that rabbits can get very lonely? If you are thinking about finding your lonely bun a bosom buddy, please adopt and don’t shop. There are thousands of rabbits stuck in rescue centres just waiting for their forever home, and all the time rabbits are bought from pet shops and breeders, rescue rabbits end up being forgotten about. So if you are looking to adopt a new bun, please go to your local rescue centre first and #AdoptDontShop 🐇🐇 Cute Baby Animals, Animals And Pets, Animals Wild, Funny Animals, Rabbit Wallpaper, Animal Wallpaper, Mural Wallpaper, Bunny Art, Cute Bunny
Adopt Don’t Shop
Did you know that rabbits can get very lonely? If you are thinking about finding your lonely bun a bosom buddy, please adopt and don’t shop. There are thousands of rabbits stuck in rescue centres just waiting for their forever home, and all the time rabbits are bought from pet shops and breeders, rescue rabbits end up being forgotten about. So if you are looking to adopt a new bun, please go to your local rescue centre first and #AdoptDontShop 🐇🐇
There is currently no rabbit breeding legislation in the UK, which means that there are no welfare regulations in place for rabbit breeders. This means that rabbits are subject to suffering in unbearable conditions, bred solely for profit. Please help us change this by signing and sharing our petition. Thank you.
Introduce Rabbit Breeding Legislation
There is currently no rabbit breeding legislation in the UK, which means that there are no welfare regulations in place for rabbit breeders. This means that rabbits are subject to suffering in unbearable conditions, bred solely for profit. Please help us change this by signing and sharing our petition. Thank you.
Change Rabbit Breeding Laws 🧑‍⚖️🐰
Currently, there is no legislation requirement for rabbit breeding in England, which means that absolutely anyone can breed and sell rabbits. This means that rabbits can be kept in terrible conditions and solely bred for profit. This exploded during the lockdown. If like us you would like to see rabbit breeders have the same licensing requirements as dog breeders to help prevent cruelty and poor welfare for rabbits, then please sign and share our petition.
For this #GoodFriday, stick to the tasty treats and leave the real buns out of it – they don’t like to be given as Easter gifts. Hot cross buns, not cross buns! Hot Cross Buns, Good Friday, Easter Bunny
Hot cross buns or not cross buns? That is the question.. 🤔
For this #GoodFriday, stick to the tasty treats and leave the real buns out of it – they don’t like to be given as Easter gifts. Hot cross buns, not cross buns!
Rabbits are living, breathing animals, not seasonal gifts or children’s pets. We cannot have any more rabbits abandoned at rescue centres after the holiday is over because a ‘whimsical’ Easter gift has become too costly or a burden. We are already in a rabbit rescue crisis and Easter is a growing concern for so many rescues. Please do not give into the hype and marketing around ‘Easter Bunnies’. Rabbits are a 10-year commitment, not just for Easter. Animal Rescue Fundraising, Seasonal Gifts, Cruel, Wanted
PLEASE DO NOT GIVE RABBITS AS EASTER GIFTS! 🙅🎁🐇
Rabbits are living, breathing animals, not seasonal gifts or children’s pets. We cannot have any more rabbits abandoned at rescue centres after the holiday is over because a ‘whimsical’ Easter gift has become too costly or a burden. We are already in a rabbit rescue crisis and Easter is a growing concern for so many rescues. Please do not give into the hype and marketing around ‘Easter Bunnies’. Rabbits are a 10-year commitment, not just for Easter.
The Cost of Living…with Rabbits 💸🐰
Many of us are feeling the crunch of the cost-of-living crisis and a lot of us have had to make many cutbacks. Sadly for many, that means parting with their pets. Rabbits are not as cheap and easy as many first-time owners assume. This is one of the reasons why so many pet rabbits are being abandoned and rescue centres are overrun. Rabbits can live up to 10 years - that’s nearly £15,000 over their lifetime! 😲💸 So before you adopt pet rabbits, please ask yourself: can you afford it?
No, we aren’t talking about Jake Paul and Tommy Fury! 🙄 We are talking about male rabbits! Surprisingly, pet rabbits are more likely to fight than their wild cousins, so what can you do to prevent it? Castration reduces testosterone levels and thus risk of fighting (sorry Tommy ‘Furry’! 😳). Sometimes, fighting is a learnt behaviour, so adopt already bonded males. Lastly, opt for a neutered male/female pairing as the chances of a harmonious relationship is greatly higher. Stand Tall, Program Design, Neuter
What happens when boys fight? 🤼‍♂️
No, we aren’t talking about Jake Paul and Tommy Fury! 🙄 We are talking about male rabbits! Surprisingly, pet rabbits are more likely to fight than their wild cousins, so what can you do to prevent it? Castration reduces testosterone levels and thus risk of fighting (sorry Tommy ‘Furry’! 😳). Sometimes, fighting is a learnt behaviour, so adopt already bonded males. Lastly, opt for a neutered male/female pairing as the chances of a harmonious relationship is greatly higher.
RWAF Interview with BBC Radio Essex
Listen to our interview with BBC Radio Essex about our #AdoptDontShop rabbit breeding and sales amnesty campaign 🎙️🐰
Rabbits will already be neutered and vaccinated saving you a BUNdle on medical costs and unexpected litters! 💉 Expert care advice; as a first-time owner, this is invaluable! 🧑‍⚕️ Rescue back up for life 🫶 You can adopt ready bonded buns. As rabbits should be kept in neutered, compatible pairs, this not only saves you twice the cost, but the time and effort in bonding buns too 👯 So if you are thinking of adopting pet rabbits, please visit a reputable rescue centre and #AdoptDontShop 🐰🐰
The Benefits of Adopting Not Shopping 🐰🏡🐰
Rabbits will already be neutered and vaccinated saving you a BUNdle on medical costs and unexpected litters! 💉 Expert care advice; as a first-time owner, this is invaluable! 🧑‍⚕️ Rescue back up for life 🫶 You can adopt ready bonded buns. As rabbits should be kept in neutered, compatible pairs, this not only saves you twice the cost, but the time and effort in bonding buns too 👯 So if you are thinking of adopting pet rabbits, please visit a reputable rescue centre and #AdoptDontShop 🐰🐰
RWAF Rabbit Breeding Amnesty
We regret to announce that we are in an extensive rabbit welfare crisis. Thousands of pet rabbits are being abandoned as a result of lockdown breeding and the cost-of-living crisis, and rescue centres cannot cope. This needs to stop. We are calling for the breeding and sale of all pet rabbits to stop until this issue is resolved. Please sign and share our petition to introduce rabbit breeding legislation in the Animal Welfare Act. Thank you.
RWAF Interview with BBC Radio Lancashire
Listen to our interview with BBC Radio Lancashire about our #AdoptDontShop rabbit breeding and sales amnesty campaign 🎙️🐰
Rabbit Breeding and Sales Amnesty
As an aftereffect of the lockdown and the boost in rabbit breeders and first-time owners, we are experiencing the worst rabbit crisis we’ve had in the UK. Rescue centres cannot cope with the huge influx of abandoned rabbits. This is why we are calling for an immediate ban on the breeding and sale of new rabbits. Please adopt from a reputable rescue centre and not buy from pet shops or breeders. These rabbits will have been vaccinated and neutered so it can actually save you a lot of money too!
As a result of the surge in rabbit sales during the lockdown, rescue centres are full to capacity with unwanted and abandoned pet rabbits. Due to this, we are urging an immediate hiatus on the sale of pet rabbits. Please, if you or someone you know is thinking of getting pet rabbits, adopt don’t shop. Too many pet rabbits still need their forever home, and rescues cannot take in any more buns - so you can imagine what happens to those that have nowhere to go 😔 Please share our message.
Adopt Don’t Shop
As a result of the surge in rabbit sales during the lockdown, rescue centres are full to capacity with unwanted and abandoned pet rabbits. Due to this, we are urging an immediate hiatus on the sale of pet rabbits. Please, if you or someone you know is thinking of getting pet rabbits, adopt don’t shop. Too many pet rabbits still need their forever home, and rescues cannot take in any more buns - so you can imagine what happens to those that have nowhere to go 😔 Please share our message.
Rabbit Breeding Amnesty
The UK is experiencing the worst rabbit rescue crisis ever! We’re launching an urgent appeal for people to support our breeding amnesty and Adopt Don’t Shop. It’s vital to help the country’s overwhelmed rescue centres to re-home the pets in their care. Overflowing rescue centres are facing the tough decisions of potentially turning people away as owners struggle to afford to keep their pets. Please visit our website for more information about our rabbit breeding amnesty campaign. #AdoptDontShop
Are your kids still playing with last year’s Christmas presents? No? Don’t give rabbits as presents 🙅 Rabbits are living creatures, not a plaything. Christmas Presents
Rabbits Are Not Christmas Presents 🎁
Are your kids still playing with last year’s Christmas presents? No? Don’t give rabbits as presents 🙅 Rabbits are living creatures, not a plaything.
Did you know that rabbits can cost up to £15,000 over their lifetime? 🤯 Many people would be surprised to know that rabbits can live over 10 years old! That’s 10 years of food, care, vet bills, vaccinations, and housing costs! (Not to mention that rabbits should always be kept in pairs or groups, which means even more expense). Keeping rabbits is a much bigger commitment than you might initially think, so if you are thinking about adopting pet rabbits, please consider the costs first. 💸 10 Year Old, Vet Bills
Thought rabbits were a cheap first-time pet? 🤔 Think again!
Did you know that rabbits can cost up to £15,000 over their lifetime? 🤯 Many people would be surprised to know that rabbits can live over 10 years old! That’s 10 years of food, care, vet bills, vaccinations, and housing costs! (Not to mention that rabbits should always be kept in pairs or groups, which means even more expense). Keeping rabbits is a much bigger commitment than you might initially think, so if you are thinking about adopting pet rabbits, please consider the costs first. 💸
So many rabbits are bred solely for their looks, which causes many health complications. We prioritise looking ‘cute’ over health, and while there is a market for flat faces and lopped ears, breeders will continue to breed deformed rabbits. We cannot physically stop designer breeding, but we can help diminish the market by being aware of this rising issue. Please do not buy ‘designer’ breeds from breeders or pet shops. This will help to curb the demand. Always #AdoptDontShop. Rabbit Lover, Flat Faced Cat, Netherland Dwarf, Animal Welfare, Pugs, Cute Pictures
Stop Designer Breeding. Adopt, Don’t Shop
So many rabbits are bred solely for their looks, which causes many health complications. We prioritise looking ‘cute’ over health, and while there is a market for flat faces and lopped ears, breeders will continue to breed deformed rabbits. We cannot physically stop designer breeding, but we can help diminish the market by being aware of this rising issue. Please do not buy ‘designer’ breeds from breeders or pet shops. This will help to curb the demand. Always #AdoptDontShop.
It’s not enough to own a pet, we must ensure they have everything they need to live a full and happy life. Though we only share a small part of our lives with our pets, we are their entire life – so it’s up to us to make sure it’s a happy one! 🐰💛 The 5 welfare requirements that every pet rabbit should have are: a suitable environment, a suitable diet, the ability to exhibit normal behaviours, suitable companionship, and protection from pain, suffering, injury, and disease. Enough Is Enough, Happy Life
How to Home Happy Rabbits 🐰💛
It’s not enough to own a pet, we must ensure they have everything they need to live a full and happy life. Though we only share a small part of our lives with our pets, we are their entire life – so it’s up to us to make sure it’s a happy one! 🐰💛 The 5 welfare requirements that every pet rabbit should have are: a suitable environment, a suitable diet, the ability to exhibit normal behaviours, suitable companionship, and protection from pain, suffering, injury, and disease.
When someone wants to adopt a rabbit, they want the cutest, fluffiest, lop-eared, flat faced bunny around. But what are the consequences? These qualities that make ‘Instagramable’ bunnies are not natural. They might have been bred to look best in show, but designer breeding leads to multiple health problems and deformities impairing their life quality. This is a form of animal cruelty. Dr Emma Milne addresses this issue in the latest edition of Rabbiting On magazine which is available now. Life Quality, Milne, Animal Cruelty, Breeds, Bunny
Is breeding for looks is ethical? 🤔🐇
When someone wants to adopt a rabbit, they want the cutest, fluffiest, lop-eared, flat faced bunny around. But what are the consequences? These qualities that make ‘Instagramable’ bunnies are not natural. They might have been bred to look best in show, but designer breeding leads to multiple health problems and deformities impairing their life quality. This is a form of animal cruelty. Dr Emma Milne addresses this issue in the latest edition of Rabbiting On magazine which is available now.
When rehoming rabbits, please look for someone that is responsible, has the space requirements, is ready for the commitment, and can afford the upkeep and vaccinations. NEVER just abandon rabbits, set them free or split up bonded rabbits. Websites such as Rescue Review, Save a Fluff, and Rabbit Rehome can help you find your nearest rescue but please be aware of long waiting lists. Alternatively, ask your vet. They might know a suitable client that is looking to adopt a new rabbit. Rehoming, Looking For Someone, Rescue
Are you looking to rehome your rabbit(s)?
When rehoming rabbits, please look for someone that is responsible, has the space requirements, is ready for the commitment, and can afford the upkeep and vaccinations. NEVER just abandon rabbits, set them free or split up bonded rabbits. Websites such as Rescue Review, Save a Fluff, and Rabbit Rehome can help you find your nearest rescue but please be aware of long waiting lists. Alternatively, ask your vet. They might know a suitable client that is looking to adopt a new rabbit.
The summer holidays might seem like the perfect time to adopt a rabbit to keep your kids entertained, but rabbits are not children’s toys! Rabbits might seem like they are easy, first-time pets, but this is a myth. Rabbits are complex, expensive animals that require special care which should never be left up to children. Please only adopt rabbits if you have done your research first, can provide a loving and safe home, and are ready for a 10-year commitment. Kids Entertainment, Summer Holiday, Distractions, Myths
Rabbits Are Not a Summer Holiday Distraction
The summer holidays might seem like the perfect time to adopt a rabbit to keep your kids entertained, but rabbits are not children’s toys! Rabbits might seem like they are easy, first-time pets, but this is a myth. Rabbits are complex, expensive animals that require special care which should never be left up to children. Please only adopt rabbits if you have done your research first, can provide a loving and safe home, and are ready for a 10-year commitment.
A lot of people think that rescue rabbits are aggressive, unlovable, or broken, but this is absolutely not the case! Far too many people are mis-sold rabbits, don’t know how to care for them properly or underestimate the costs. Due of this, thousands of rabbits have been abandoned in rescue centres and are in need of a loving home. Can you give them a second chance? 💛 If you are thinking of getting pet rabbits, then please #AdoptDontShop and open your heart and your home to rabbits in need.
Adopt Don’t Shop
A lot of people think that rescue rabbits are aggressive, unlovable, or broken, but this is absolutely not the case! Far too many people are mis-sold rabbits, don’t know how to care for them properly or underestimate the costs. Due of this, thousands of rabbits have been abandoned in rescue centres and are in need of a loving home. Can you give them a second chance? 💛 If you are thinking of getting pet rabbits, then please #AdoptDontShop and open your heart and your home to rabbits in need.
Giant rabbits can weigh up to 10kg! - That’s more than many dog breeds! 🐩⚖️🐇 Giant rabbits are naturally stronger and bigger than your average bun, so special measures need to be considered when caring for them – such as awareness on how to correctly handle them and much larger housing. If you have giant rabbits or are thinking about adopting them, please visit our webpage to find out everything you need on caring for your big bunned beauties. Giant Rabbit, Animal Wall Decor Nursery, Nursery Walls, Kid Room Decor, Living Room Decor, Kids Room, Hanging Tapestry, Hanging Wall Art
I like Big Buns and I cannot lie!
Giant rabbits can weigh up to 10kg! - That’s more than many dog breeds! 🐩⚖️🐇 Giant rabbits are naturally stronger and bigger than your average bun, so special measures need to be considered when caring for them – such as awareness on how to correctly handle them and much larger housing. If you have giant rabbits or are thinking about adopting them, please visit our webpage to find out everything you need on caring for your big bunned beauties.
Hiding is a very normal rabbit behaviour. As prey animals, rabbits will hide whenever they sense potential danger, want to feel safe, or even want to control their temperature. In the wild, rabbits have burrows to protect them. While you can’t really dig a burrow in your back garden or living room, there are many great rabbit toys you can buy that work just as well, or you can even create your own using boxes and tubes! Just make sure they have multiple exits so they don’t feel cornered. Rabbit Hide, Rabbit Toys, Prey Animals, Wendy House, Children Park, Natural Diet
Do your rabbits like to hide? 👀
Hiding is a very normal rabbit behaviour. As prey animals, rabbits will hide whenever they sense potential danger, want to feel safe, or even want to control their temperature. In the wild, rabbits have burrows to protect them. While you can’t really dig a burrow in your back garden or living room, there are many great rabbit toys you can buy that work just as well, or you can even create your own using boxes and tubes! Just make sure they have multiple exits so they don’t feel cornered.
Please do not give rabbits as Easter gifts. Rabbits are not cheap or easy first-time pets. Too many rabbits are abandoned when people realise this, and it’s not fair. Please only adopt rabbits if you have done your research about the proper care requirements and are serious about the commitment. Animals, Life
Rabbits aren’t just for Easter, they’re for life!
Please do not give rabbits as Easter gifts. Rabbits are not cheap or easy first-time pets. Too many rabbits are abandoned when people realise this, and it’s not fair. Please only adopt rabbits if you have done your research about the proper care requirements and are serious about the commitment.
1️⃣ Ensure rabbits are neutered first. 2️⃣ Put their housing near each other so they can see each other. 3️⃣ Swap their scents over by placing a small amount of hay or a cloth with their scent on in each other’s housing. 4️⃣ Introduce them on NEUTRAL ground as rabbits are very territorial. Make sure to supervise! 5️⃣ Gradually increase the amount of time they spend together. Once they are spending 1-2 hours a day together without any issues, you can introduce them to their shared living space. Small Groups, Bond, Male, Education
5 steps to bond your buns 🐰💛🐰
1️⃣ Ensure rabbits are neutered first. 2️⃣ Put their housing near each other so they can see each other. 3️⃣ Swap their scents over by placing a small amount of hay or a cloth with their scent on in each other’s housing. 4️⃣ Introduce them on NEUTRAL ground as rabbits are very territorial. Make sure to supervise! 5️⃣ Gradually increase the amount of time they spend together. Once they are spending 1-2 hours a day together without any issues, you can introduce them to their shared living space.
Do you always swipe right first time? Didn’t think so… Rabbits can be just as picky. Even though they should always be kept in pairs, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they will get along with just anybun. They need to find a compatible mate 👯‍♀️ This is why bonding is so important. For advice on bonding buns, please visit our website. Bonding Rabbits, Pairing Guide, Closed Eyes, Binky
Rabbits want to find love too 🧡
Do you always swipe right first time? Didn’t think so… Rabbits can be just as picky. Even though they should always be kept in pairs, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they will get along with just anybun. They need to find a compatible mate 👯‍♀️ This is why bonding is so important. For advice on bonding buns, please visit our website.
Rabbits are very social creatures and being on their own can be harmful to their wellbeing. A lot of people often pair rabbits up with guinea pigs, but we highly recommend against this because rabbits are significantly larger and can accidentally hurt them if they kick. Also, guinea pigs have different diets and can carry different diseases. There’s no better companion for a rabbit than somebun that speaks their own language, so please always buddy up your buns with compatible counterparts 🐰🐰 Body Language Signs, Wild Rabbit, House Rabbit, Guinea Pigs
Why is it so important for rabbits to be bonded with other rabbits? 🤔
Rabbits are very social creatures and being on their own can be harmful to their wellbeing. A lot of people often pair rabbits up with guinea pigs, but we highly recommend against this because rabbits are significantly larger and can accidentally hurt them if they kick. Also, guinea pigs have different diets and can carry different diseases. There’s no better companion for a rabbit than somebun that speaks their own language, so please always buddy up your buns with compatible counterparts 🐰🐰
If you are wanting to introduce a new BUNdle of joy into your family, then please #AdoptDontShop. There are thousands of rabbits in rescue centres just waiting for a loving forever home – please give them another chance at hoppiness 💛 Recycled Wedding Favors, Old Stamps, Thanks A Bunch, Tomorrow Will Be Better
Are you looking for some love in your life? 🐰💖🐰
If you are wanting to introduce a new BUNdle of joy into your family, then please #AdoptDontShop. There are thousands of rabbits in rescue centres just waiting for a loving forever home – please give them another chance at hoppiness 💛
It’s February, the month of love 💘 If there’s anybun that loves to love it’s rabbits! Rabbits are very affectionate animals and love to play, groom, and snuggle with one another. This is why they should always be kept in compatible neutered pairs 🐰🐰 Never Be Alone, Warm In The Winter
Somebun to Love 💘
It’s February, the month of love 💘 If there’s anybun that loves to love it’s rabbits! Rabbits are very affectionate animals and love to play, groom, and snuggle with one another. This is why they should always be kept in compatible neutered pairs 🐰🐰
If you are a new rabbit owner, you can find plenty of hopful rabbit care advice in our rabbit care booklet, On The Hop, which you can download for FREE on our website. Guinea Pig Care, Brochure Online, Bunny Care
New Year, new rabbits? 🐰🐰
If you are a new rabbit owner, you can find plenty of hopful rabbit care advice in our rabbit care booklet, On The Hop, which you can download for FREE on our website.
Around this time of year, rescue centres are bursting with buns that were given as unwanted Christmas presents. It’s so heart breaking to see, but sadly it happens every Christmas. If you are serious about getting pet rabbits or looking for a companion for your bun, then please adopt don’t shop and give a poor bun a second chance at a loving home 💛 Thank you 🐰🐰
Looking for a Pet Rabbit?
Around this time of year, rescue centres are bursting with buns that were given as unwanted Christmas presents. It’s so heart breaking to see, but sadly it happens every Christmas. If you are serious about getting pet rabbits or looking for a companion for your bun, then please adopt don’t shop and give a poor bun a second chance at a loving home 💛 Thank you 🐰🐰
We hop you all have a bunderful Christmas with your loved buns! 🐰❤🐰 Posters, Info
Hoppy Christmas Everybun! 🎅🎄🎁
We hop you all have a bunderful Christmas with your loved buns! 🐰❤🐰