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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

Mercedes & Royce
This pair of 9 year old black and white Dutch rabbits, Mercedes female and Royce male have come into the rescue from a local college where they have lived for 6 years they were used for training students on the Animal Care Course. Unfortunately Royce is now completely blind, Mercedes is blind in one eye and has a developing cataract in the other, the college thought it would be best for the buns to now have a quiet life with continuity of environment and carers so they have come to Bobtails! They are actually both in great condition and have settled in well. They are now Bobtails residents.

 

Penny and Florence
Penny (Cream Crested) came into the rescue with a group of females in August 2018. She wasn’t particularly friendly with any of the other girls in the group so we decided to bond her with Marley (who has since passed away). Penny has several lumps on her abdomen. Florence (Abyssinian tri-colour) came into the rescue in February 2021 after her partner had died. Florence is very neurotic and absolutely terrified of everything and everyone. As it would be difficult to find a suitable home for her we decided to bond her with Penny. Penny and Florence are part of our sponsorship scheme.

 

Phoebe and Arundel
Phoebe (agouti and white Dutch bunny) originally lived with two other Dutch bunnies, Pandora and Humber who could both be aggressive to humans. Phoebe has head tilt which has stabilised and doesn’t affect her at all – she just looks thoughtful. Sadly, Pandora passed away in October 2016 and Humber in March 2021 leaving Phoebe on her own. At the beginning of 2021 we had a little Netherland Dwarf called Arundel come into the rescue. Due to malocclusion Arundel has had his incisors removed. Although he no longer has any problems with him teeth because of special needs ensuring his food is chopped small so he can get it into his mouth and to his back teeth we decided he should become a permanent resident. The bonding between Phoebe and Arundel went really well and they are now living happily together. Phoebe and Arundel are part of our sponsorship scheme.

 

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