We welcome invitation to media platforms that allows us to advocate for accurate rabbit care and responsible pet ownership. We can:
- participate in interviews of all formats (phone, email, web conference, in person).
- co-author articles to share our views and opinions on animal welfare issues.
As Bunny Wonderland has a small team of volunteers who are also working professionals, we may not be able to assist in all requests. However, if we do commit, we will do our best to be a voice for our rescued rabbits. Do drop us a message to get connected!
Forums and Opinions
Gen Y Speaks: What I learned volunteering at a rabbit rescue group. 28 October, TODAYonline. https://www.todayonline.com/commentary/gen-y-speaks-what-i-learned-volunteering-rabbit-rescue-group AVA should be stricter with errant pet owners. 25 April, The New Paper. https://www.tnp.sg/news/views/ava-should-be-stricter-errant-pet-owners
Include rabbits in AVA revision to pet business licensing conditions. 12 April, The Straits Times.
AVA reviews rules regularly to safeguard animal health and welfare. 15 April, The Straits Times.
Govt must step up in animal rescue cases. 27 April, The Straits Times.
Blogs and Lifestyle websites
Small animal rescue shelters have seen a spike in the abandonment and surrender of small pets (in Singapore, this includes mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rabbits and chinchillas) since the onset of the pandemic. TheHomeGround Asia delves into the heart of this phenomenon, seeking to understand why and how this happens, and who bears the brunt of the responsibility to ensure small animals are well-cared for.
BW & HRSS Sept 18 2020 ZOOM SESSION
In response to AVS advisory on sighting of Rabbit Haemorrhagic disease (RHD) in Singapore, Bunny Wonderland and House Rabbit Society Singapore (HRSS) organized a Q&A session with Dr Cathy Chan of The Animal Doctors, Singapore on Sept 18.
Dr Chan shared important information about RHD and tips on how to manage the outbreak and stop the spread. She also answered over 50 questions from concerned owners. The session was attended by about 200 participants and lasted for 2 hours.
We were also very thankful to be joined by Dr Kelvin Lim and Dr Kelvin Ho from AVS as well as vets and nurses from various clinics. Service providers like our groomers, boarders, suppliers and distributors also dialed in to learn how to curb the RHD outbreak.
We have recorded the session and you can find the links below. The session is broken into 2 segments so please review both to get the most thorough understanding. Knowledge is power so let’s be prepared, stay vigilant, and keep our rabbits safe!
Presentation Link: Presentation
Q&A Link: Question and Answers
Stay Safe, EveryBun!
** Information in these presentations are valid as of September 2020.
18 animal shelters to adopt, volunteer or donate in Singapore. 24 August, Eloell. https://eloell.com/18-animal-organisations-to-adopt-2018/ 10 places to adopt a furry companion other than SPCA. 12 July, Weekender Singapore. https://weekender.com.sg/w/do/10-places-to-adopt-a-furry-companion-other-than-from-spca/6/ 14 places to adopt dogs, cats & rabbits waiting for a forever home in Singapore. 28 May, TheSmartLocal. http://thesmartlocal.com/read/adopt-pets
Bunny Wonderland adoption drive. 26 March, sweetwineroses (blog).
It’s a Bunny Wonderland. 13 December, Ah Beng Pet Store.
Horrible stories of rabbit abuse in Singapore. 24 September, Jeraldine Phneah (blog).