Don’t forget Hot Cross Bunny Day this Sunday 25th March at Richmond Town Hall. All the furries are looking forward to it and are busy helping Gwen box up all the tombola prizes, the stock to sell on the stalls and all the cakes and buns for the refreshments stall.
The only thing left to decide is who will be in the petting corner!
We were lucky enough to be invited to the Christmas Pet Fair, part of the Christmas Tree Festival at Richmond Methodist Church on Saturday 9th December. A good time was had by all, especially Fliss who was making her first official engagement!
Okay! December 2017, where has that year gone? Being a “Queen” fan and going to see them in concert, I will just have to say “Another One Bites The Dust”! I`m excited, does it show?
Enough of that! Back to Bunny Burrows and the past 12 months. Hot Cross Bunny Day, another happy, friendly, busy day in Richmond Town Hall, it really is a lovely venue. Plans are already in the pipeline for Palm Sunday next year, 2018. We`re hoping to see friends old and new. This year Rishi Sunak, our local MP, opened the celebrations and his family came along, we had such a fun day. To make things perfect we also made money to help keep us running.
It is more than 22 years since myself and late husband John started to care for the rabbits and guinea pigs needing homes, veterinary care, love and attention. Do “I Want To Break Free” (sorry Queen again, messing with my concentration)? No chance! The animals are my reason to get out of bed every day, there is never a problem, they are all challenges.