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Rodney's Heroes and Heroines

It is now time to celebrate the heroism of our Bunnies.

If you have a story to tell of your Bunnies heroism then email it to Rodney with a picture of the super Hero/Heroine and it will appear below in our Page of Bravery.


My rabbit Linford was found via the Peggy Henderson centre, a friend of Helenas was going abroad and so we took him in. This evening I was working on my computer when Linford started thumping the ground, at first I didnt pay much attention but then I turned round when he thumped again and saw my window ablaze with orange light, I dived to the window and pulled back the blind to see orange flames lapping the window. I called the emergency services who told me to vacate the building, I scopped Linford up and ran over the the local hair dressers who must of thought I was mad with a rabbit in my arms, I heard the fire engines and went to meet them.... my neighbour had left an old couch out for collection and someone had set it alight. The Chief Fire Officer confirmed that Linford was a hero and his thumping had saved my life.

Submitted by Tricia Danson



Bully's Memorial page.

In southwest Pennsylvania, I obtained a HUGE rabbit from a Farmer. Bully was given free roaming privileges cause he used his litter box faithfully and learned not to chew on things. Bully was tough but lovable, and thought nothing of chasing my mothers lap dog or giving hell to our cats.

At my college apartment in Edinboro university, I was using a ratty old space heater to warm the winter chill from my room as I slept. I was awaken by Bully as he jumped up on my bed and clawed me awake. It was then that i saw the carpet had caught fire in front of the Heater. I quickly put it out and heaped lavish praise on my Big friend... Who was also fond of returning bunny kisses back-at-ya!

photo 1: i wear size 11½ boots. so that might help give you some scale on how Big this bunny was.

Photo 2: We let him outside often, which was no problem cause he always returned to the door wanting to be let in! He was tall enough standing to touch the front doors knob with his paws.

it is beyond words that i say how much i miss my Wondrous, Wonderful Rabbit.






Quick Tips


Wicker balls and rings make great toys for rabbits and keep their teeth in good shape.

Make sure you provide plenty of fibre in your bunny's diet. Always have hay available and keep pellets or mix to a minimum. Rabbits love fresh greens too!



Does your cage have a front door like this. Do not let your bunny use this front "door". Many a bunny has seriously injured its leg in the bars.

If you have to use this door, cover the bars with wood or Instead buy a side opening cage and make a ramp if necessary.

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