Saturday, March 17, 2018


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If you are looking for the perfect pair of house rabbits then this little bonded couple will delight you.

Jasmin is a Himalayan dwarf rabbit and Chreamo is a Mini Lop boy both in Newcastle.

They are both desexed, vaccinated and microchipped. They are approximately 1-2 years old.

They are very tame and friendly.

We do not sell our rabbits. We simply ask you to make a donation of your own choice to our charity to help us with our rabbit rescue work. Each of our rescue rabbits comes with approximately $350-$400 vet work. That’s a lot of added value that you wouldn’t get if you buy a rabbit from a breeder or pet shop.

Adopting a rescue rabbit saves a bunny’s life.

Monday, March 12, 2018

How to pick up a pet rabbit baby and adult

THE RABBIT HAY BAG - Your most important rabbit accessory

The Hay Bag is the most important rabbit accessory because hay is the most important rabbit food! 

The rabbit lives mainly on hay.  Top quality, fresh hay is most important. Hay should be fed in unlimited quantities from a Hay Bag. 

A Hay Bag can be easily made from a fabric shopping bag.  Just cut a hole in the lower front of the bag for bunnies to access the hay.  

Hang the rabbit Hay Bag from an "S" shaped hook which you can buy from Bunnings in the garden department.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018


Delilah is a lovely natured himalayan girl rescue rabbit for adoption. She came in from RSPCA Qld and needs a loving home as an indoor house rabbit. She is lovely and clean and uses her litter tray perfectly.  If you are looking for a cuddly bunny to adopt then Delilah would suit your needs.

We do not ask for payment for our rescue rabbits. We ask that if you adopt you become a supporter of our rabbit rescue by making a donation. Thank you. Find out more about Delilah and our other available rabbits for adoption on our home page. There is a very long list of rabbits for adoption there to scroll down through.  She is desexed, vaccinated and microchipped.