Tuesday 30 July 2019

Dreams do come true

Some bunnies spend their entire lives in rescue, never chosen because they lack confidence with new people, aren’t seen as ‘attractive’, or have additional needs.

Rabbit Residence Rescue provides a sanctuary for these rabbits and aims to give them a life as close as they would get in a forever home as we can but for me it’s simply not enough.

On Sunday a miracle happened, Mully & Scully and Mimi & Tintin finally found their forever home!

I honestly never believed it would happen, but they’ve settled in well in their new home after spending 8 and 9 years in rescue!

It was a very bittersweet day for me as Mully and Scully have always been my favourites and the rescue will be a different place without Mully’s cheekiness, Scully’s gentle nose boops and Mimi not demanding head rubs and Tintin humping her with excitement at dinner times.

They will be greatly missed but have finally found the forever home every unwanted bunny deserves.

I thought I’d share some of my favourite photos of them taken by the amazingly talented Bunny Hugging Volunteer. (Apologies for those I’ve posted twice, I can’t seem to remove them)

Monday 4 March 2019

Mariah on a Monday

Just because she’s so very beautiful and photogenic too

Saturday 16 February 2019

Billy no mates

After the loss of his sister Nina, holiday boarder Herbie has been struggling with making friends and influencing people.

Hmm not quite true, he’s fairly good at influencing people to get treats....

The making friends bit, he sucks hard at. He bites hard too as Lyles ear can attest too.

When dropping him off to be bonded this time his mum said she didn’t care who he bonded with even if it was a cat....

Good job really as Herbie decided why have one wifebun when you can have three!

Friday 15 February 2019

Chox away

Just in case anyone is confused, Chox would like to confirm that he is indeed a rabbit.

He’d also like to point out that his bowl is empty....