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BW ADOPTION DRIVE ON SEPT 1
Date: September 1, 2019 (Sunday)
To join us, register here: https://bit.ly/2XZccEn.
Our rescued rabbits have recuperated and are now looking for a forever home. Please review their profiles under our ‘Rabbits For Adoption’ album.
If you see a suitable rabbit to adopt, please review our adoption process and complete the inquiry form through our registration link above.
Our volunteers will assess all prospective adopters to ensure a compatible match with our rabbits. Do review our Rabbit Care Guide before inquiring: https://bit.ly/2FdMFA6.
As Bunny Wonderland is a private property, we will only provide address to approved adopters. We thank you for supporting adoption and we look forward to hearing from you!
BE A BUNNY WATCHER
In Singapore, it is very common for us to find rabbits living in the outdoors such as along our corridors, at an exposed balcony or in the patio of landed homes. These are actually dangerous and very cruel ways to house a pet as they can be exposed to bad weather, attacked by predators, or even be stolen!
Many animal lovers have expressed their concerns but they are unaware how to help. To assist, Bunny Wonderland and House Rabbit Society Singapore (HRSS) have initiated our ‘Bunny Watcher’ program! This is an all-voluntary initiative aim to empower the community with knowledge to provide immediate relief to an animal in need.
There is no qualification process so anyone and everyone can be a bunny watcher! All you need is to download our ‘Bunny Watcher’ brochure and share it with the rabbit owner you like to help. There is a recommended protocol in event you require professional assistance and also our contacts if they need to rehome their pets.
Both HRSS and BW are all-voluntary welfare groups. We do not have full time staffs nor professional inspectors who can conduct house visits. We also do not have authoritative rights to remove pets from premises. We hope all rabbit lovers can be a part of this program and help us help the animals together!
To download our ‘Bunny Watcher’ brochure,