Saturday, May 21, 2011

Have a look at Himmy!

Himmy is a quiet little Himalayan rabbit who loves people and pats.  He is our smallest rabbit.  See photos of him on our facebook page.  Click on this link: RABBIT PHOTO

A taste of Ginger!

We love Ginger here at The Rabbit Sanctuary.  She is a loving and loveable gentle rabbit with amazing ginger and white patches.  She came in from Queensland where she could not be kept due to a neighbour threatening to report her owners to the Government.

Ginger runs up to the side of the enclosure to say hello and loves being patted. 

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Lots of White Rabbits Looking for Homes!

Are you looking to adopt a white rabbit!?  At The Rabbit Sanctuary we have some beautiful 'Alice in Wonderland' White Rabbits looking to become part of a loving family. There are big white bunnies and small white ones too.  There are some with dark eyes and some with the traditional pink eyes.  These are known as 'red eyed white' rabbits in the rabbit clubs amongst the registered breeders of purebred rabbits.  In rabbit shows the red eyed whites are very popular and come in a variety of breeds such as mini lops, dwarf lops, netherland dwarfs and lots of other breeds including angora rabbits.  We have rescued some New Zealand white rabbits with pink eyes and they are truly gentle rabbits of a medium to large size.  Other rescue rabbits include smaller dark eyed white and white rabbits with tips of colour on their ears, nose and feet.  Give us a call on 0416 062 947 or email us if you are interested in adopting a white rabbit.

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Monday, May 2, 2011

Anyone like Black Rabbits?

We have quite a few black rabbits in The Rabbit Sanctuary.  They are all short haired rabbits and most are small.  All are very friendly and would make wonderful pets.  We recommend that if you are getting a rabbit to purchase a travel capsule to carry your new pet in.  You will find that you frequently need a carry cage e.g. when taking your rabbit to the vet or on holidays with you or just to keep him or her in while you clean the regular enclosure.