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

  • The Perfect Bunny Photo – Not!

    That moment when you are trying to get your bunnies to sit still while you take a picture… and one of them leaps in the air at the last second!  This is Hans and Gretel (well, Gretel’s feet) when we tried taking some pics to update the website.Read More »
  • Gwen Butler, BEM

    After being awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, Gwen was recently presented with her medal at a ceremony in North Yorkshire.Read More »
  • Fritz and Gigi with the wild bunnies

    A couple more pics of Fritz and Gigi playing in the garden.  Since the new enclosure has been built for the wild bunnies they have started sitting and talking to them through the wire.  Previous to this they used to sit at the other side of the garden under the …Read More »
  • New Additions

    Gwen has been nursing 7 baby rabbits which were recently brought in to Bunny Burrows.  They have started eating independently but Gwen is still feeding them milk regularly to make sure they keep their strength up. And as you can imagine, she is having to check visitors pockets as they …Read More »
  • Fritz and Friends

    Fritz has been out in the garden enjoying the summer, and has made one or two friends! Meanwhile, in the house, Gretel has been helping Gwen get items ready to sell on EbayRead More »