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Chip wasn’t with us for very long before we found him a great home
Benjemima came to us as an unwanted house rabbit that had been neglected. She was very small and sweet, she made a lovely companion for a neutered buck called Bobby. We hope they will get on and that Bobby will share all those tunnels and his digging box!
We desperately need a variety of equipment and materials, as well as help, to allow us to continue to expand our sanctuary to allow us to rescue more animals.
These two girls were left in a flat to die when the owners moved out. Fortunately they were rescued in time and now have a great new home, where they will never be neglected.
Chester had been with us for over a year but because he was what we term a ‘dental bunny’ in that he needs regular dental checks then we found it difficult to find him a home. However, our good friend who took on Georgie boy (the German lop with dental issues) decided to offer this special boy…
2008 was a very important year for us, firstly Brinsley Animal Rescues was formed but it was also a year in which we had to fight red tape, to allow us to continue with our animal rescue, when we were forced to apply for planning permission. Fortunately it was eventully granted. Over the year we have looked after between 100…
Over Christmas we have had lots of rabbits in. Can you offer a rabbit a loving home?
This guy came to us just before Christmas, he was an unloved pet. Ron was very friendly and although not everyones choice, rats do make great pets and he was quickly rehomed. He has now been called something Welsh which we can’t remember (it is welsh for hairy!!)