Many thanks to everyone who voted for Hans; the voting is now closed and we’ll post the results as soon as we find out
There’s only a few days left to vote in the PDSA Survivor Awards… and to say thanks for voting here is some more pics of him looking cute!
While Hans has been in the limelight, Hetty has been pottering along doing her own thing. This week Gwen dressed her up in a new winter coat, and as you can see she was less than impressed!
Do you really expect me to go out looking like this? Wrong colour, no style and no designer label. Life here sucks unless you are a rabbit!
Hans has been to collect a cheque from the Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation, enjoying all the attention and photographs in the process. He then had to carry it home.
A massive thank you to all the staff and customers for voting for us!
At Bunny Burrows we recently appointed a new IT expert (one of the Guinea Pigs has read a Computers for Dummies book) and their first task was to take us into the 20th century. They beavered away for a while and finally they came back with the big announcement! They had created Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for us!
You can follow us at:
Follow us and tell your friends! And to say thanks, here’s some pics of the little piggy hard at work.
Since he made the headlines earlier this week, Hans has been basking in his new found fame, and expecting Gwen to wait on him hand and foot.
We mentioned recently that BB resident Hans has been nominated for PDSA Pet Survivor Award, and now we need your help to vote for him! Hans has reached the final 6 in the awards and the winner is decided by the public. Voting closes on 4 December so please vote now!
Hans came to Bunny Burrows in a very poorly state and it was the excellent work of Trudi Pardoe and her team at Abbey House Vets in Kippax and the care of Gwen that got him through.
As a thank you for voting, here’s some pictures of him looking cute.
You may remember 6 wild baby bunnies came to Bunny Burrows in early August after being discovered by builders. When they first arrived they were tiny, and needed bottle feeding by Gwen.
Over time they grew, but unfortunately 6 became 5. They were later joined by 6 other baby rabbits in a similar situation. All got on together but the problem was they were becoming too tame. They recognised Gwens voice and would come to the cage door begging for food and attention.
To try and rectify this they were packed up and sent to a foster home where they would have more space and less contact with people. They moved into a large pen and set about working out creative ways to escape! At times they act more like squirrels than rabbits!
Trolleyman the Tortoise is back in the colony, living with the rabbits and guinea pigs for the winter. Love has no boundaries in the animal world!