First - Upon return of a well
needed Summer break with my 5 year old son (where
he learned to swim , clever boy), I discovered the
June Rabbit Report was not sent properly. Ooopsie,
sorry - so here it is again. July's Rabbit Report will be along next
week. Please forgive me folks!
This is one of many great funny bunny photos that have been
captioned for your tea-break giggle.
you have any photos that really need a caption,
send it in to us and let's have some fun!
featured in this newsletter can be viewed on
the Just Rabbits Pinterest board - Funny
Bunny Rabbits. If you need a little hee-hee moment, and
we all do, take a tea-break and have peak...
rabbit owners give up on their new bunnies only a
few months after having them because of signs of aggression.
The RSPCA report that rabbits are dumped or given
to them at a very early stage because the owners do
not appreciate the time and understanding involved
in caring for a rabbit. Rabbits need lots of love
and attention in their first few months while they
settle in and rabbits facing a new environment find
it very stressful - the only way they have to handle
these stresses is to defend themselves.
This page looks at the reasons why a rabbit may be
grouchy, grumpy and aggressive and also gives tips
and helpful suggestions on handling nervous rabbits.
all about trust and making your bunnies feel safe!
can go a long way to understand your rabbit if you
know first what 'normal' behaviour is.
are the things your rabbits will probably do on
a daily basis and are good signs that your bunnies
are happy and contented, doing what they are supposed
If a rabbit changes their normal behaviour or routine
in any way it could be because they are distressed,
bored, ill or injured.
Your Rabbit Up To?
We can all learn from studying the behaviour of
rabbits, both indoors and outdoors. The more we
observe them, the more we learn and the more we
can help them live happy, natural lives.
Today's video is about authors getting into twitter trouble
for killing and eating cute, furry animals.
Being a novelist perhaps Jeanette Winterson felt she had some kind
of obligation to her Twitter followers to detail her recent
accomplishment in vivid detail, however the words she chose
to illustrate her revenge killing of a little garden bunny,
upset more people than she probably intended to impress...
It's all over Twitter and Facebook - Novelist Jeanette Winterson
killed and ate a rabbit that was in her garden eating her herbs.
She herself posted pictures of the rabbit she killed, cooked and
ate, almost as punishment for the bunny crime. But was it right?
Heartbreaking moment distraught animal sanctuary owner collapsed
into mud as bailiffs arrived to evict her after 20 years
* Paula Campbell, 47, was admitted to
hospital after the repossession.* She had cared for animals at sanctuary
in County Durham for 20 years.* Cost of supporting vulnerable animals
at site financially crippled her.