Charities we Support!

We here at Bunny Approved are Proud supporters of many animal support Charities but this year we have a couple that truly stand out in our opinion.

We are Proud to support them through the supply of our produce to keep their adopted Bunnies stay well fed with the Natural produce they deserve alongside the high quality produce the charities themselves serve up until they are re-homed to a caring and dedicated family.

Lets have a look at those outstanding Charities we feel proud to work alongside and support!

The Littlest Lives Rescue

So many small animals end up in rescue centres through no fault of their own, whether due to a change in their owner’s circumstances or due to lack of correct information given at the time of purchase. Others are found dumped or simply no longer wanted.

The Littlest Lives Rescue is a small, completely self-funded rabbit rescue, based in North Bristol. We provide care and protection for rabbits and other small animals.

With our ‘adopt, don’t shop’ motto, we are always looking for committed, spacious, forever homes for the animals in our care. So, whether you are a first-time bunny owner or have owned rabbits for years, we welcome you to adopt!

Bunny Approved are happy to support The Littlest Lives Rescue whenever we can bu supplying the produce we have on offer as and when it is needed.


Beloved Rabbits

Beloved Rabbits is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (#SC049128) that was formed in March 2019. Prior to this, the organisation was operating as Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care, a registered Scottish Charity (#SC042706) founded by husband & wife team David & Feona Bell. Our primary goal is to improve the welfare standards of domestic rabbits in Scotland. This is achieved through the provision of a number of services including rabbit rescue & rehoming, adoption, bonding services, care advice and general rabbit welfare education services. The foster network remains the priority as we feel the benefit of the rabbits gaining more focussed care within a fostered environment prepares them better for successful rehoming. It has its challenges too though. Now the charity is operated with over 80 volunteers covering numerous roles, and Beloved Rabbits plans to open a dedicated premise to supplement the foster care network and enhance the services available through 2019 and 2020. We now have approximately 40 foster carers (a growing number), covering around 7 local authority areas throughout central Scotland. As well as the rescue we have a very active education & awareness programme, and an additional team of volunteers help manage fundraising & awareness events where we attend local galas, community events and public shopping centres, etc. At our events, we have rabbits for handling which gives us an opportunity to talk about rabbit welfare and we run various fundraising activities. We also deliver educational talks - visiting schools, nurseries and local youth groups to do an interactive learning session on rabbit welfare. The charity really wouldn't be able to do this without our excellent teams of foster carers and volunteers - they make David's crazy ideas and plans turn into a working rescue service! Huge thanks to all of them!

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