Submitted by Steve on 17:51, 15th Mar, 2019 | 0

The GSPCA has been exceptionally busy with rabbits and baby bunnies in recent months.

With 25 currently at the Shelter we are still very busy and in need of homes.

Beckie Bailey GSPCA Animal Care Assistant and head of the bunnies said “We have had over 50 rabbits in our care recently and it has been very busy.”

“There also a number of diseases that affect rabbits here in Guernsey and we urge all rabbit owners to see their vet to ensure they are vaccinated and up to date with their medical needs.”

“We recently had some baby bunnies come in at about 2 weeks of age and are now about 10 weeks which I hand reared.”

“They are three female and would like them to all be rehomed together.”

“Lester the house rabbit was rehomed recently.”

“He is now called Lenny, and lives on Herm island!”

“He has settled in SO well and his new owners George and Jodie are chuffed to pieces they have in their lives!!”

Jodie recently said “It's such a shame that there are a fair few pet stores in Guernsey that sell animals, especially rabbits when the GSPCA have so many lovely ones and personal info about the little guys and their different characters!"

“Definitely wish people would opt to adopt and not shop!"

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “We always have many rabbits in need of homes at the GSPCA.”

“We will soon be launching a range of pet care sheets thanks to Beckie and especially those for rabbits as we see awful cruelty cases with these lovely pets.”

“There are also a number of killer diseases like myxi, RHVD and RHVD 2 which kill rabbits every year in Guernsey and if pet owners had them vaccinated it could well mean a happy and long life for their pet rabbit.”

“You can see some of the rabbits and other animals in need of homes by visiting or calling 257261.”

“To view the rabbits in need of homes it is best to pop in between 11am and 4pm any day of the week.”


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