Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Hush and Lou (UP FOR ADOPTION)

Hush and Lou are a lovely couple up for adoption with Sydney Pet Rescue and Adoption.

Hush and Lou are siblings and very loving towards each other. Their mum Winifred ended up at the pound on death row with a surprise tummy full of little ones. Winifred has given them an amazing start to life despite enduring so many challenges and now they are looking for their forever homes together. We'd like for them to go together so they will never have to be alone.

Hush is a fluffy chinchilla bunny who will need some help with her amazing coat!!! Hush is very lovely and has always looked after Lou licking him through their barrier (whilst undesexed) and staying close by. Hush is a clever bunny and can jump the highest out of everyone- even the adult buns! She is good for a pat and a cuddle but also loves an adventure in the garden, where placed she will do immediate binkies and run as fast as she can back and forth!

Lou is our only little boy out of the lot. He was the last to do everything (open his little eyes, come out of the nest) and is regarded as the baby. He has a gorgeous coat and looks adorable side by side with Hush. He is a very sweet boy and steals the hearts of all who meet him. He would like to stay with Hush forever but just needs a forever home for them to live.

These two are looking for a household who enjoy rabbits for rabbits- giving them freedom to run and jump and explore. They'd also like to be part of the family and give you as much love as they give each other. They are used to an indoor playpen where they use their litter box and can still do rabbity things like running and jumping. They also have the potential to be housetrained for a particular room or for the whole house!! Hush is too fluffy to live outdoors and bunnies are very susceptible to heat so this would not be advisable.

Friday, October 14, 2011

found bunny: campsie

FOUND 13.10.11


CALL 0405175511 (CLARE)


Sunday, August 7, 2011

The Bunologist Newsletter

The Bunologist August 11

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Meet Bunnykins From Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.

Impound Number

Monday, July 18, 2011

Turtle and Midnight's Second Chance: Can you help?

life before!

life now they are rescued!

Where Turtle and Midnight resided before being rescued by a very caring Mary! Turtle and Midnight have spent the last 12 months in a tiny cage by the side of the road, standing on 4cm of their own droppings and getting no play time. They have been terrorised by dogs and been given no care or love from anyone except the comfort they have given each other.

A kind woman, Mary, has rescued them and taken the scared little girls into her home. But she already has 2 rescue rabbits, other animals and ihas suffered illness. She has too much on her plate to take them in permanently but has done such a wonderful job so far.

Sydney Pet Rescue and Adoption are helping Mary come up with the funds to desex these beauties and vaccinate against the Calici Virus so they can be rehomed and have a second chance at a happy, healthy life.
We are also looking for anyone interested in fostering or adopting contact Clare: or 0405175511

You can donate here- even just 2 dollars so these guys have a better chance at forever happiness!

Thank you!

Please help make a difference for Turtle and Midnight

Dear friends,

Please check out my fundraising page:

I'm trying to make a difference for a great cause that is close to my heart.

I have created a fundraising page through GoFundraise to help support this cause and raise some much needed funds.

I would greatly appreciate your support by making a donation to through my web page. You can also leave personal messages and get involved yourself. 

Together we can make a difference.

Thank you for your help!

Friday, July 15, 2011


A True  Story:         
 In  2003, police in WarwickshireEngland , opened  a garden shed and found a whimpering, cowering  dog.  The dog had been locked in the shed  and abandoned.  It was dirty and  malnourished, and had quite clearly been  abused. 

In  an act of kindness, the police took the dog,  which was a female greyhound, to the Nuneaton  Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, which is run by  a man named Geoff Grewcock, and known as a haven  for animals abandoned, orphaned, or otherwise in  need. 

Geoff  and the other sanctuary staff went to work with  two aims: to restore the dog to full health, and  to win her trust.   It took several  weeks, but eventually both goals were  achieved.  They named her Jasmine, and they  started to think about finding her an adoptive  home. 
Jasmine,  however, had other ideas.  No one quite  remembers how it came about, but Jasmine started  welcoming all animal arrivals at the  sanctuary..  It would not matter if it were  a puppy, a fox cub, a rabbit or, any other lost  or hurting animal.  Jasmine would just peer  into the box or cage and, when and where  possible, deliver a welcoming  lick. 
            Geoff  relates one of the early incidents.  "We  had two puppies that had been abandoned by a  nearby railway line..  One was a Lakeland Terrier cross and another was a Jack Russell  Doberman cross.  They were tiny when they  arrived at the centre, and Jasmine approached  them and grabbed one by the scruff of the neck  in her mouth and put him on the settee.   Then she fetched the other one and sat down with  them, cuddling them." 
"But  she is like that with all of our animals, even  the rabbits. She takes all the stress out of  them, and it helps them to not only feel close  to her, but to settle into their new  surroundings.  She has done the same with  the fox and badger cubs, she licks the rabbits  and guinea pigs, and even lets the birds perch  on the bridge of her  nose." 
               Jasmine,  the timid, abused, deserted waif, became the  animal sanctuary's resident surrogate mother, a  role for which she might have been born. The  list of orphaned and abandoned youngsters she  has cared for comprises five fox cubs, four  badger cubs, fifteen chicks, eight guinea pigs,  two stray puppies and fifteen rabbits - and one  roe deer fawn.  Tiny Bramble, eleven weeks  old, was found semi-conscious in a field.   Upon arrival at the sanctuary, Jasmine cuddled  up to her to keep her warm, and then went into  the full foster-mum role. Jasmine the greyhound  showers Bramble the roe deer with affection, and  makes sure nothing is  matted. 
               "They  are inseparable," says Geoff. "Bramble walks  between her legs, and they keep kissing each  other.  They walk together round the  sanctuary. It's a real treat to see  them." 
      Jasmine  will continue to care for Bramble until she is  old enough to be returned to woodland  life.  When that happens, Jasmine will not  be lonely.  She will be too busy showering  love and affection on the next orphan or victim  of abuse. 
             Pictured  from the left are: "Toby", a stray Lakeland dog;  "Bramble", orphaned roe deer; "Buster", a stray  Jack Russell; a dumped rabbit; "Sky", an injured  barn owl; and "Jasmine", with a mother's heart  doing best what a caring mother would do...and  such is the order of God's  Creation. 

Thursday, July 14, 2011

VIC: Still looking for homes- Rupert and Evie

Adorable lovers Rupert and Evie.

Rupert and Evie's mum is moving to Queensland for her job- sadly there are no bunnies allowed there (they incur a huge fine and are put to sleep) so she has to leave them behind.

These very loved companions are adorable and follow each other around, Evie is very protective of Rupert and they are such a joy to watch together.

Rupert has some special needs to do with his teeth but just requires an injection each week- his mum is supplying 5 months worth for him. Besides that they are healthy and happy and come desexed and vaccinated.

They need urgent help and can be either adopted or fostered by a caring person who can make them part of the family indoors. Even if you are not in Melb, let us know if you can help.

You can contact me for more info on or Suzanne who is helping rehome them on: