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HI Camp Nibble. This is to sponsor Dermott for my husband Paul's Birthday! I am sure he will think this is the best present ever. Thanks Emma
Donation by Emma Precious £25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid
Rent, rates, days-out, evening entertainment & birthday treats for Marcus and Branston, great cause. Give them some extra carrots in their tea tonight
Donation by P Stranney £50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
Donation for Branston your new sanctuary Bunny. From Mike, Kelly and James. Hoping he's fitting in well in his new home with his new friends & family
Donation by Mike Lycett £30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid
Hi Camp Nibble This is to sponsor Pam for my lovely nephew Harry Baxter for his birthday, 2013 is the year of giving xxxx Helen & John Yeomans
Donation by helen yeomans £25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid
Why your donation matters
The common perception of rabbits as cheap, easy pets for children is a myth, or at least it is if the welfare needs of the rabbits are being met properly. Historically, thousands of rabbits have made very cheap easy pets for children living as neglected living ornaments. However, it is becoming recognised and will hopefully soon be accepted that this method of keeping rabbits in solitary confinement shut up for long periods in hutches is completely out dated and exceptionally cruel!
Something has to change! - Please donate now.
Case study: donations in action
Bernadette was very lucky to be brought to safety after being found by a dog in someone's garden!
She joined us grotesquely overweight. As a result of her obesity Bernadette was unable to take care of herself and keep herself clean and healthy. She arrived in a revolting mess! Lots of cleaning revealed the extent of the horrible inflammation and painful broken skin beneath the dirt.
Bernadette bearly moved when she first joined us and we can only guess that she was used to living in horrendously confined conditions forced to sit in her own mess for hours on end. We suspect that she eventually got too smelly for the owners/breeders keeping her so was then set free to an unknown fate. Of course we can only speculate!
After several months of TLC at Camp Nibble Bernadette is now a happy healthy girl and enjoying life and even the occassional binky!