Contact Us & Useful Links

 

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 Contact information

 

FB Page – http://www.facebook.com/TheLittlestRescue 

Please ‘Like and Share’ our facebook page, keep up to date with our daily activity’s, events and shows.

For all boarding enquiries please call Bev on (0117) 9561981  (Between times of 10am-4pm ONLY) Please note boarding enquiries cannot be made by email or facebook so please call.

ATTENTION ALL BOARDERS!

We have a strict policy in place, all boarders must be vaccinated with Nobivac (to protect against myxomatosis and VHD1) at least 3 WEEKS before their board and vaccinated with Filavac (to protect against VHD2) at least 1 WEEK before their board. Due to the influx in Myxomatosis, and Viral Haemorrhagic disease 1 and 2 we feel this is necessary to protect boarders and our rescue rabbits. Proof should be emailed 1 week prior to stay, failure to do so will mean your booking will be canceled. 

We will decline any unvaccinated rabbits from boarding.

We can supply vouchers for 20% off vaccinations if you have adopted from us or are boarding with us thanks to V4P Emersons Green. 

If you board with us and are unsure about any of the information above please email us for more information.

For all rabbit adoption enquiries and other information please email: thelittlestrescue@outlook.com

Please include details of the accommodation you intend to use for the animal/s you are interested in adopting – whether it will be outdoor/indoor, dimensions of enclosure and photographs if possible. Please note that we re-home according to RWAF minimum accommodation standards. Please allow 48 hours for a reply, although we will always reply as soon as we can.

For any rabbits requiring a space at the rescue centre please EMAIL:
thelittlestrescue@outlook.com or CALL: 0117 9561981
It will be helpful to know as many details regarding the animal/s in need of space – age, whether neutered, vaccination status , general health & temperament info and how urgent the situation if possible. Please allow 48 hours for a reply, although we will always reply as soon as we can.

For all guinea pig adoption/rehoming enquiries;

Email: thelittlestrescue.gp@gmail.com  ( Guinea pig enquires ONLY )

Please include details and photographs of accommodation if adopting. If rehoming please include details of guinea pig/s for example: Group/pair/single, sex/s, age, colour etc.

For all events and fundraising ideas please EMAIL: redminimyrtle@hotmail.com or CALL/TEXT:07855751692

Please note we will attend all events we are invited to if we have enough volunteers to carry it out, we also bring rabbits and guinea pigs if we feel it is suitable for them. We also do child/adult educational’s and talks. We also have a giant rabbit car who we are able to bring along to events.

 

 Useful links

Information regarding VHD2: 

http://www.rabbitawareness.co.uk/2016/05/30/rvhd1-rvhd2-an-overview/

Useful guide to adoption (General): https://www.homeoanimal.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-pet-adoption

Go through all the steps and un-answered questions you may have about adoption.

Cottontails: An excellent resource for all things rabbit and with informative pictures of health problems and even sexing advice, can be found on the Cottontails web site.  There is also information on guinea pig care and a dedicated advice helpline.  Click here to visit:  http://www.cottontails-rescue.org.uk

Guinea Pig Welfare:  A useful and informative online resource to guinea pig care, including rehoming advice and rescue centre information: http://www.guineapigwelfare.org.uk/

Guinea Pig Forum: Aims to provide advice, information and solutions to problems:
http://www.theguineapigforum.co.uk/

Rabbit House: Excellent advice and links on all kinds of rabbit housing: http://www.therabbithouse.com/index.asp

Rabbit rehome: Allows rescue centres and individuals to enter details of rabbits in need of new homes.  Rabbit lovers can then search for rabbits to adopt.  Also contains useful advice and information:
http://www.rabbitrehome.org.uk/

Rabbit Welfare Trust:
A charitable trust fund which is registered as a charity which produces a wide range of informative leaflets and advice regarding common health and behavioural problems as well as campaigning for better conditions for pet rabbits, most notably with their ‘A Hitch is Not Enough’ campaign.  You can browse their information online or even join to receive a quarterly magazine as well as other benefits.  Click here to visit: http://www.rabbitwelfare.co.uk/index.php

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