Sanctuary is full to bursting with bunnies
LOVING homes are needed for 55 pet rabbits which have been abandoned in Bristol.
Beverley Taylor, who previously ran Seven Angels Animal Sanctuary in Westerleigh, is now running a rabbit and guinea pig sanctuary called Boarding Bunnies from her home in Staple Hill. Ms Taylor has worked in animal welfare since 1995, when she opened Noah's Ark in Downend.
Currently she has 55 rabbits that are being looked after by herself and foster families, but they need "forever homes".
"My home and my foster family homes are now full, hence why we need a bit of help in looking for permanent homes for these lovely creatures," she said.
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"There are various reasons why the rabbits are now in our care, but the list is endless. Sadly the situation is that more are coming in than going out, and as a result of this I am now forced to close the waiting list which we have had in place all summer."
Anyone who thinks they could give a rabbit a home can ring Ms Taylor on 0117 956 1981or 07861053863.
More information can be found on www.boardingbunniesathome.co.uk or on Facebook by searching Boarding Bunnies at Home.