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Meet the team of volunteers that cares for the Bobtails rabbits and guinea pigs. If you come and visit us you'll be able to spot who's who!

 

Residents

Muffin
Muffin has problems with her back end, an x-ray showed that she had previous suffered a broken pelvis and leg. Due to her ongoing health problems Muffin is now a permanent resident. Muffin is available for sponsorship.

 

Mickey and Aspen
Mickey is an ex Bobtails bunny who came back to us. He has an abscess just below his left ear which has been operated on several times with no lasting success so this has to be manged on a daily basis. Aspen is a spayed female who is also an ex Bobtail bunny whose previous partner has now sadly passed on. She had been suffering for some time with a messy bottom and had flystrike. We therefore decided to try bonding Aspen with Mickey and they have now become permanent residents and are available for annual sponsorship.

 

Humber and Phoebe
Humber and Phoebe are neutered Dutch bunnies. Phoebe (the agouti and white one) originally came to us with another female called Pandora via the RSPCA. Phoebe has head tilt which has stabilised and doesn’t affect her at all – she just looks thoughtful. However Pandora was passionately protective of Phoebe and aggressive to humans. Humber (the ginger / brown one) was born on 29th April 2010. He came to us as a single male but he also has behavioural difficulties. They are unsuitable for rehoming as they remain quite unpredictable with people. Sadly Pandora passed away in October 2016. Humber and Phoebe are available for sponsorship.

 

Poole & Paignton
These two male piggies where bonded together as babies once they were weaned and had to be removed from their Mothers. Unfortunately we have discovered that Poole has some health issues. Poole is still very small and not growing because of his health issues. Although Paignton is re-homeable we won’t split them now they have been bonded together. They are therefore now Bobtails residents and are available for annual sponsorship.

 

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