Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare received £17,000 to help transform their rabbit accommodation. These funds were used to upgrade existing rabbit runs to make them much more hygienic, safer for the rabbits, and it allows for rabbit bonding, so potential adopters can introduce their existing bunny to a potential new friend.
Raystede Centre is based in Ringmer, Sussex. They rescue and rehome over 800 pets every year, and care for dogs, cats, rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, hens, and exotic birds. We were thrilled to help them improve the lives of the rabbits while at the centre – and hopefully help find them new homes!
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