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logoRabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF)

The RWAF is a registered charity that uses educational and welfare work to help improve the welfare of domestic rabbits across the UK.  They work to improve the quality of life for pet rabbits in the UK encouraging owners to keep their rabbits in conditions that meet both the physical and behavioural needs. They also target the veterinary profession helping to promote interest and knowledge in rabbit medicine. They work to support rabbit rescue centres across the UK and help raise awareness of the increasing pressure that rescue centres are under. As an owner of rabbits you can expect to receive excellent advice and guidance on providing an excellent home for your rabbits.


10492452_790876244286051_736597558961887439_nRabbit Awareness Week (RAW)

RAW help to make sure that rabbits don’t get a raw deal! They provide great advice for rabbit owners in a way that owners can understand. RAW help to raise awareness of rabbit’s welfare needs and works in partnership with other organisations to improve knowledge and raise awareness of the Five Welfare Needs of Rabbits.


16210_909136319121082_290619270342916423_nThe Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre (CRRC)

The CRRC is based in Sidlesham, they started in 1986 and have rescued over 10,000 animals in that time. They have plenty of rabbits waiting to be adopted and aim to find the rabbits in their care their best forever homes. They use guidelines as outlined by the RWAF to ensure that their rabbits will be going to homes that will look after their welfare needs. All of their rabbits are neutered and up to date with their vaccinations. Due to pre and post home visits they only rehome in the following areas: From Chichester to Fontwell, over to Petersfield, Midhurst, and Portsmouth, Gosport, Fareham and areas between, also Bognor to Littlehampton through to Worthing.


Manor pet housing – indoor designs

 Manor Pet Housing

Manor pet housing create innovative products with a three pronged approach; beautifully designed creations that won’t look out of place in your home, designs that allow your rabbit to display their inquisitive and playful nature and competitive prices suitable for all budgets. They specialise in bespoke products using their own designs, or working with their customers to create made to measure pieces. Their product range is extensive and ever expanding with items such as corner forts, warren systems, penthouses, bunny manors and hay feeders to name but a few. As well as a detailed and easy to navigate website, their Facebook page gives the added bonus of being able to view the glowing testimonials of their existing clients and products in action.