How did we start

We started taking in rabbits in 2010. Dora was our first rescue and on the 27th February 2011 she gave birth to a litter of rabbits. Their birthday marks the start of our rescue. All of the rabbits found their perfect homes eventually.

I fell in love with Simba from the litter even when he didn't have fur. Others said he looked funny and had strange markings but I liked him and decided to keep him from early on. As he got older he turned out to be like the ugly duckling as he was the most beautiful, only fluffy rabbit in the litter and grew more and more hair as he grew. Everybody wanted him but he was mine and still is now. As his birthday marks the start of our rescue I also decided to make him the Lil-Furrys mascot (on the top left).

Dora was in our care for 2 years before she was adopted with one of our males to a loving forever home. Sadly she past away there in 2013 but at least she had a happy ending.

Tania one of her daughters was a little hard to handle as a baby, she was with us from birth till she was about 2 and a half years old before she found her perfect home.

About Us

We run a small non profit, home based rescue in Wallsend. A love for animals runs in our family, my dad was a veterinary tech for about 35 years & I have had a life time of experience with all animals.

We started taking rabbits from friends who had accidental litters or just couldn't look after them any more in 2010, from then we started to accumulate lots of furies from all sorts of circumstances and started to re-home them to new loving homes

Although we try to keep the numbers of rabbits down, our waiting list is always long with rabbits needing help. We find that we always have around 20 rabbits in our set-ups

For updates on our rescue please see our news feed or Facebook timeline. 

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