Bunny Burrows is a small animal charity which is run from the home of Gwen Butler in North Yorkshire, England.

We rescue unwanted rabbits and guinea pigs with the aim to re-home, after a thorough health check, those who are fit enough and foster out to experienced carers those who are not.

Bunny Burrow's aims is to educate people on the welfare and well being of these small animals.

Latest from Charlottes Diary

  • Fund Raising

    Fliss has been out and about fund raising again, this time at Pets at Home.  As you can see she is doing all the hard work herself while Gwen is busy gossiping…Read More »
  • Gwen recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

    Bunny Burrows are pleased to announce Gwen has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Gwen has worked tirelessly for over 20 years to improve the lives of small animals; both through rescuing and education. Run from her home, Bunny Burrows was setup in 1996 by …Read More »
  • New Enclosure for the Wild Bunnies

    Bunny Burrows has a new enclosure for the wild bunnies to play in.  Unlike the domestic bunnies which can be trusted to run ‘free range’ around the garden and are easy to get back into the garage at the right time, the wild bunnies need to be exercise in runs …Read More »
  • Bunny Cuddle Time

    It is bunny cuddle time in the colony with Dotty, Walter White, Coco and Smarty Marty all snuggling up together to keep warm. We’ve also got a few new faces at Bunny Burrows, in the shape of 6 gorgeous babies.  Mum came to Bunny Burrows a few weeks ago after being …Read More »
  • A Stray Bunny with Mammary Tumour

    Last week we received a call from Aire Veterinary Centre in Headingley, Leeds, asking if we could rehome a bunny for them which had been found by a member of the public as a stray and taken to the vets.  Upon inspection it was found she had a mammary tumour, …Read More »