The Littlest Rescue is a small, completely self-funded rabbit and guinea pig rescue that relies on donations to fund its work and our essential neutering program. We regularly fundraise to keep the rescue going. This includes going to local community shows and pet awareness days as well as selling gift baskets for special occasions. We do also have collection tins which we try to place at appropriate establishments. If you would like to invite us to attend a show or believe you could place one of our collection tins, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to make a donation to the rescue, we are now able to accept donations by Paypal/card and are truely grateful for all donations. If you would like to donate via Paypal, please click on the Donate button below:
Amazon Wish List:
The rescue has an Amazon wish list which enables supporters to send the animals donations of food, treats or toys. If you would like to help in this way, please visit our wish list: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/registry/wishlist/?ie=UTF8&cid=APKOQ61S7TDL1
The rescue has joined Easyfundraising.org so that you if sign up we will get between 1-2.5% of what you spend online donated, at no cost to you! It costs nothing & is very simple to do. You can download a toolbar that tells you when you are on a site that will donate, includes sites like Amazon, car insurance, mobile phones & loads of sites you probably use often. Click here to sign up! http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/littlestrescue/?u=35E8CD
We produce gift baskets throughout the year for different special occasions (such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Easter, Christmas etc) and can also make baskets for birthdays or other celebratory gifts. The gift baskets raise much needed funds for the rescue as well as making a lovely gift for loved ones. If you would like a gift basket made up please call Bev on: 0117 9561981
The Littlest Rescue comprises of the main rescue centre in Staplehill and numerous other foster homes around Bristol and the surrounding areas. Fostering is hugely rewarding as it gives you the chance to help many animals in need and help them find their happy ending. It is also a commitment and can be quite demanding. The rescue has a ‘Fosterer’s Agreement’ that all prospective fosterers must read through and sign to agree to its terms. This is to ensure that all the animals in our care receive the same level of care wherever they are. If you are interested in becoming a fosterer, please email us at: email@example.com
Looking after all the animals in our care is quite demanding and we welcome volunteers who want to help out at our main rescue centre. Please call or email us for more information.
We are currently looking for volunteer staff on the following days and times:
Wednesday: 10am – 12pm
Thursday: 10am- 12pm
Occasional weekend work.