Rabbit Care Advice
One of the UK's most popular pets, rabbits are a furry bundle of floppy-eared fun. They can be real characters, entertaining and rewarding choice for adults and kids alike. Like every pet, before rehoming a rabbit please make sure you have the time and space to care for your rabbits giving them a happy, healthy forever home. Learn more by reading our various welfare articles below!
Caring for your Rabbit
Take some time to read the RSPCA's leaflet, 'How to Take Care of your Rabbits'
Rabbits are the UK's third most popular pet, and the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund share some information on how to keep yours happy and hoppy!
Microchipping is an inexpensive and easy method to help reunite you with your rabbit if it goes missing - find out more.
With autumn comes firework season, and across the UK there will be some pets enduring long evenings of frightening bangs and flashes. If you have rabbits, Blue Cross is here to give you advice on how you can help reduce their fear and stress levels during firework season.
It will take more then some furry feet and snuggly dewlaps to keep your rabbits warm in winter! Learn more about caring for rabbits during the winter months with RWAF.
There are many misconceptions about rabbits and their diet, some of which you probably wouldn't have even thought of before. With this easy diet plan you will be able to ensure that your rabbits will be at their healthiest and happiest!
Rabbits are highly intelligent, social and inquisitive animals, so providing with the environment to live out a filfilling happy life is so important. Enriching their space doesn't have to cost you a lot of money, or any at all! Keep reading to learn more.
Thinking About getting a Rabbit?
If you're considering giving a forever home to a new rabbit, why not consider using an animal rescue or sanctuary to help you find the perfect match to suit your needs and lifestyle?
Rehoming your Rabbit
If you're looking to find a forever home for a rabbit, make sure any potential buyer can give the love, care and attention they will need for years to come - find out more.