These two gorgeous girls deserve a special home with special people to love them.
Rhonda and Megan have been with us since April last year when they were found in a sealed box in a field and brought to us. We don’t know why they were there, but sadly it’s possible that they may have been intended as use for so-called “sport” (shooting). We know -that’s hard to get your head round isn’t it?
They appear to be cross bred with wild rabbits and are very skittish, timid and very difficult to handle or catch. They need a quiet and understanding home and any enclosure will need to be very secure and have a roof or lid over the exercise area as they can climb and jump most fences. They would suit a large garden or a rural setting where they could have a large enclosure with a minimum of stress through noise and lots of people.
If anyone thinks they can help and want more info, please give us a ring, or ideally come and chat to us and met them, any day between 10 a.m. and 3.30 p.m.
We really hope Rhonda and Megan can be given another chance in a loving home to live a safe, peaceful and stress-free life in comfort.