My rabbits highly recommend E.A.T. – Elliot’s Awesome Treats by Phyllis O’Beollain. All treats are hand picked from untreated fields and Phyllis’ organic garden and are naturally dried She can be contacted at her FaceBook page.
Just returned from a visit to Vancouver, BC, visiting Sorelle Campbell, founder of “Rabbitats”. I share her mission to have colony rabbits spayed/neutered and moving them to safe, “micro sanctuaries” to live in large groups. This recent article is about the sanctuary and shelter programs of Rabbitats. Great work Sorelle and all the volunteers!
“BUNFEST” is happening on September 17, 2016, sponsored by the Ohio House Rabbit Society Rescue in Columbus, Ohio. I attended this event a few years ago and I can testify that it is a great day filled with everything bunny and pretty wonderful people too. I will be giving a talk this year on “Staying Strong in Rescue”. Hope to see you there!
After twenty-eight months, start to finishing the brochure, my R.A.I.S.E art installation is complete. Now what? I am hoping to have the installation shown to benefit rabbits and educate people. The details about where, how to, who etc. will be worked out as inquiries and requests come in and we will see where it goes! Please help me share the work. Debby
Bunnyzine Episode 24 with Sorelle of “Rabbitats”. Very important information about adopting a colony of rabbits, rescue, setting up a colony, care, feeding and sustainability. You will be surprised by and learn a lot about this life saving alternative for abandoned rabbits. Debby Widolf
I am proud to say that Bunny Mad Magazine from the UK has published a short article I wrote about rabbit rescue! Please check it out on the Don’t Dump Rabbits website and Facebook page. Bunny Mad is a quarterly full color, glossy, beautifully laid out magazine filled with everything that is informative and fun about rabbits. I love this magazine.
The PVC coated wire is a must for rabbit enclosures, the urine can rust out even the high grade hardware cloth or chicken wire. Its easy to work with and it can be laid down on top of grass. Chain link is also an option but its not as secure, or as easy to work with, the mesh is too wide.