Thank you Randi Gallant for taking the time out of your busy schedule to...Read more
Cottage Paws Rescue
We present to you: Wizard Bunny! <3
We LOVE helping other rescues! We adopted two of our bunnies from Jennifer earlier this year and love them to pieces.
This little dude is available for adoption at Blackjack's Rabbit Rescue Sanctuary INC in Cherry Valley Ontario. While delivering Lila to her new home I decided to head down to visit our friend Jennifer and take some photos for her of her adoptable Buns. How cute is this guy??!! Not only is he so unique and adorable, he's so friendly! For his ideal forever home: Hair styling skills a must! <3
Jenn it was fun to hang out with you and meet all your foster family!
To our Friends in the US: This small rescue in North Carolina is facing ...Read more
NHC Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
URGENT: We need major support from mutliple agencies across NC willing to help us place rabbits that we cannot trap until we have a safe place for them to go. We are unable to trap right now because I have no way to place them all. This morning, we got another email to get another white rabbit at the location in Hampstead as the other 2 New Zealands last week; and after 15 mins we captured this one Californian rabbit we named Briar.. After the capture we looked up and saw a field of bunnies.. Some New Zealand, Californian, and Satins.The neighbor called us over and said there is at least 9 rabbits. We walked down the drive of a property and saw a bunch of bunnies in this persons yard. He denied ownership of the rabbits but we found empty meat rabbit cages on his property and his story was not consistant. Long story short there is about a estimated 30 rabbits or more at this location. We are a small rescue and this case is beyond my scope. Any other rescues willing to help with relocation and transport. There is no way I can possibily absorb this many large rabbits. I need serious help and in this case we need MORE than temporary fosters..... PLEASE SHARE! Contact Jennie at email@example.com
URGENT UPDATE: Pender County Animal Control is now involved with this case and have begun to trap these rabbits. They are going to a kill shelter and the clock starts ticking now. We are very willing to pay out of our pockets to spay and neuter all of these rabbits and relocate them to fosters that will keep them indefinatley. We also need donations to help pay for spay and neuter so if you can help please do. MOST IMPORTANTLY WE NEED FOSTERS RIGHT NOW TO PULL THESE RABBITS FROM PENDER COUNTY SHELTER! We need you NOW! Pender County has already trapped 5 and we expect many more coming quickly. They will only be held a few days before they are put down. Also we need fosters that will be able to transport to our spay and neuter clinic when we schuedule the days and we will be willing to pay for the spay and neuter only and waive the adoption fee for good homes or rescues only!... PLEASE SHARE THIS POST AND DO NOT IGNORE.. help us if you can!
UPDATE 8/24/16 I NEED ANYONE WHO IS WILLING TO PULL RABBITS FROM PENDER COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER THAT IS WILLING TO FOSTER TO ADOPT (WITH OUR ADOPTION FEE WAIVED) ALSO YOU WILL NEED TO BE WILLING TO TRANSPORT THESE RABBITS TO OUR SPAY AND NEUTER DAY IN WINNABOW WHEN THE TIME COMES (WE WILL SPAY/NEUTER AT OUR EXPENSE) TO EMAIL ME YOUR NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, AND EMAIL. I WILL THEN SEND THAT INFO TO THE PENDER COUNTY SHELTER MANAGER THAT YOU ARE ON THE LIST TO PULL FOR US. WE NEED YOU TO START STEPPING UP NOW! THANK YOU!
UPDATE 8/25 We have gotten a few people to pull from Pender County Shelter. Last count at Shelter 7 rabbits last updated at 11am.
UPDATE 11PM 8/25 We have heard every bunny has been pulled either adopted or relocated out through our rescue as of tonight. Trapping is still continuing so there will certainly be more to come..
|Blackjack’s Rabbit Rescue Sanctuary is a non-profit organization located in Cherry Valley Ontario just minutes from Sandbanks Provincial Park. We are dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming domesticated rabbits, as well as offering sanctuary to bunnies with disabilities. This rescue receives no government funding and relies solely on the generosity of volunteers and animal lovers everywhere. On a personal note… Jennifer Heffern and Paul Lindsay have been privately rescuing and rehabilitating needy bunnies for over 8 years. Purchasing a rural property has now given us the room to expand. We hope to help many more rabbits in the future. Read more …