Southampton Rabbit Rescue - ''because bunnies deserve better''
Bunnies requiring sponsors
 
Southampton Rabbit Rescue runs a “sponsorship” scheme which has been set up especially to help raise funds for the rabbits that live here permanently and are here due to ill health, age or behaviour issues.  Some of these rabbits have been with us for some years.  The constant vet and basic supply bills will often run into thousands of pounds each year.
 
The money received from the sponsorship scheme is sent directly to our vet and helps cover the cost of basic and routine medication and surgery.  We only ask for whatever you can afford to give, rather than a set amount.
 
Listed below are some of the bunnies that are currently looking for sponsors.
 
**Each sponsor will receive a “portfolio” containing:
 
** To receive the full Portfolio a minimum of £5.00 a month donation required.This is due to printing, posting and packing costs.
 
Photograph of your chosen bunny
 
Factsheet
 
History of Southampton Rabbit Rescue
 
Certificate
 
Christmas Card
 
 
 
Click here to download the
sponsor form.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Buttons
Buttons
Buttons came in to us in 2015 from a breeder with horrific teeth. All incisors were removed successfully. Sadly little Buttons suffers constantly with mites.
 Frazzle
Frazzle
Frazzle is 4 years old and came in with her sister who sadly died. Frazzle has no ears, left foot or tail as Mum chewed them off. She also has pastuurella.
Dolly (Left)
Dolly (Left)
Little Dolly came into the centre with known health issues, she's 5 months old (September 16) and weighs 450g!! She has reduced lung capacity and paasturella. Sadly her sister, seen in this picture passed away on 01/09/16 of heart failure.
Ely
Ely
Ely is a beautiful and very naughty agouti dwarf lop. Loves to cause chaos and run riot!!! He is a permanent bunny here. He is currently on a long course of Panacur.
Marble
Marble
Marble is a beautiful 4 year old mini lop, he has renal issues so is on a specific diet.
Molly & Buddy
Molly & Buddy
Molly was born at the centre and was originally partnered to Merlin. When Merlin passed away she became very lonely. lonely. Buddy was found in a dustbin in a terrible sate - fleas, mites, matted bottom. Buddy was neutered and bonded to Molly.
Muffin - new 2014
Muffin - new 2014
A lovely chocolate otter mini lop. Muffin is 4 years old and suffers from blocked tearducts.
Oscar - (NEW 2012)
Oscar - (NEW 2012)
Oscar a lovely chocolate & white 4 year old mini lop has joined the centre due to eye issues. Once settled he will be taken to the vet to have his tearducts flushed and recive some eye drops. A charming little man with a great personality. Oscar is now on treatment for a facial abscess. (feb 2014)
Rolo
Rolo
Rolo is 5 years old and is currently being treated for an eye ulcer. He also receives treatment for EC>
Toby
Toby
Toby is 6 years old and came in with a broken foot which hadn't been treated. His toes are now curled and he has arthritis.
Warren - (NEW 2012) Centre Mascot
Warren - (NEW 2012) Centre Mascot
Warren a lovely lad and a great character. Warren was taken to a local veterinary practice with a badly broken hind leg. His options - amputation or to be put to sleep. His hind leg has now been removed and he's doing really well. You would not believe this chap only has 3 legs - nothing stops him from flying about or vaulting over boxes etc. Warren is approx 12 years old!!
 : This is lovely Jamie. Jamie is a 9 year old chocolate dutch who has joined the centre as a permanent bunny.  JAmie has on going dental issues and has seizures.
This is lovely Jamie. Jamie is a 9 year old chocolate dutch who has joined the centre as a permanent bunny. JAmie has on going dental issues and has seizures.
Darwin
Darwin
Darwin is our only little piggie and came to us after his family were killed in Turkey
Holly & Lilly
Holly & Lilly
Sadly since this photo was taken Poppy (Left) has died. The girls really miss Mum/Nan. We have decided the girls will remain here at the centre.
Flash
Flash
Flash is 12 years old, his family emigrated and Flash couldn't go.
Lola & Daisy
Lola & Daisy
A beautiful pair of 4 1/2 year old frenchies. Daisy has on going back end weakness. Daisy is on long term treatment
Ernie
Ernie
Approx 2 years old, found wandering the streets of Andover, Ernie came to us with 12 facial abscesses and blocked tearducts. The abscesses have all been removed, sadly, it was discovered that Ernie has virtually no tearducts.
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