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Friday, October 31, 2014

Rabbits Newcastle

Rabbits for Adoption Newcastle

We rescue rabbits in Newcastle! We have pet rabbits available for adoption in Newcastle. You can choose from over 80 rescue rabbits from The Rabbit Sanctuary and we can deliver to you in Newcastle or anywhere between Grafton and Newcastle.

Looking to buy a rabbit? Consider adoption.

Rabbit Adoption

Fee $25
What you get...
A rabbit that needs a loving home
The rabbit will come to you Desexed, Vaccinated, Microchipped, Parasite Treated, Vet Checked and Healthy, Tame and Friendly.
We recommend a boy and girl rabbit so that when you are busy your pet has a friend.

Ph/Text Kim on 0416062947 to apply.

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Thursday, October 30, 2014


POLLY came into The Rabbit Sanctuary as a cruelly starved rabbit. She was skin and bones. She barely had enough energy to sit up and almost toppled over. 

After a couple of weeks of intensive care and hand feeding an enriched supplement she was able to eat normally and has gained weight. She has more weight to gain but is quite well and bright now. 

Here is a photo of her going out from the Intensive Care area to have a hop around the grounds at The Rabbit Sanctuary. 

Thursday, October 23, 2014


At Greenway Vet 0755248111 
Rabbit handed in as stray. Is it yours? Very tame.
  1. 12 Greenway Dr, Tweed Heads South NSW Please share!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Bunny Bin at Coles Grafton Shopping World

Please buy for bunnies at Coles Grafton while you shop

Rabbit Foster Carers

Meet Kim Batey one of our Tweed Heads Foster Carers with house bunny RUTH on her lap.  

RUTH is a wonderful friendly house rabbit that uses her litter tray and will go out to the yard and come back inside.  She is a perfect bunny pet. 

Our Tweed Foster Carer Kim has 6 adoptable rabbits at her home right now if you would like to apply. To apply to adopt a bunny or two ph/text Kim Cooney on 0416 062 947 now! 


Rabbits VIOLET & Peter Rabbit have a loving new home in Casino NSW.
We encourage families to provide basket handling of bunnies as tiny children don't have the strength or dexterity to correctly lift and carry a rabbit. Many rabbits are dropped by little children and suffer severe injuries.

It is best to put bunnies on a table with baskets to sit in and children can brush them, stroke them, cuddle them and kiss them without getting scratched or bitten through poor handling.

Adults should always supervise children with their pet rabbits.

Sunday, October 12, 2014


Thinking about buying a rabbit? Looking at rabbits for sale advertisements? We'd ask you to consider adopting a rabbit instead:) Why buy when in pounds and shelters around Australia rabbits are being abandoned and in many cases put to sleep. Opt to adopt!

Rabbits and Children

If you are thinking of buying a rabbit for childen please consider that we expect the adult to have responsibility for the health and well being of the rabbit.  Children can certainly bring and prepare foods and water for the rabbit but the parent must supervise and check to ensure that the rabbit will be safe, comfortable and have the correct amount of each type of food and plenty of fresh cool, clean water available as well as shade and room to run if outside and good ventilation if left inside.