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bunnymadhouse
31-12-2018, 06:35 PM
Well here is a post from the Barc bunny warren .

Some figures for you .
One of the figures is shocking but I don't want anyone to focus on that one
This is a happy post to celebrate the work we do.

So .....
In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we took in *82* rabbits. .
This does not include any that were returned or that were born here if a bunny arrived pregnant .

In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we rehomed *101*rabbits .
We currently have *23* rabbits waiting for homes .
*5* of these are reserved .

The number rehomed is slightly less than last year . But that is ok as it's mostly down to vhd2 and having to tell people no or to wait if they have recently lost a bunny suddenly .

When I get emails or messages or phone calls to rehome rabbits I try to keep a check on how many we can't help . I do try to guide people to other rescues if we are full but sometimes this isn't possible . Sometimes it is very upsetting to have to tell people we are full.

In 2018 , here at Barc bunny warren we have turned away *416*rabbits needing rescue space.
These are only the ones I've been directly asked to take and this does not include any I am tagged in on Facebook.

So a busy year .
And next year I expect will be the same .

So thank you to my helpers and volunteers , rabbit cleaners ,bonders ,transporters , thank you to the shops , staff and customers for raising funds , thank you to the other rescues including the Rspca especially Kim Greaves and Lizzy Bee , thank you to everyone who has donated , adopted or supported us in any other way .

Here we go into 2019 .
Please stay with us
We need your support

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Jack's-Jane
31-12-2018, 07:18 PM
Well here is a post from the Barc bunny warren .

Some figures for you .
One of the figures is shocking but I don't want anyone to focus on that one
This is a happy post to celebrate the work we do.

So .....
In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we took in *82* rabbits. .
This does not include any that were returned or that were born here if a bunny arrived pregnant .

In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we rehomed *101*rabbits .
We currently have *23* rabbits waiting for homes .
*5* of these are reserved .

The number rehomed is slightly less than last year . But that is ok as it's mostly down to vhd2 and having to tell people no or to wait if they have recently lost a bunny suddenly .

When I get emails or messages or phone calls to rehome rabbits I try to keep a check on how many we can't help . I do try to guide people to other rescues if we are full but sometimes this isn't possible . Sometimes it is very upsetting to have to tell people we are full.

In 2018 , here at Barc bunny warren we have turned away *416*rabbits needing rescue space.
These are only the ones I've been directly asked to take and this does not include any I am tagged in on Facebook.

So a busy year .
And next year I expect will be the same .

So thank you to my helpers and volunteers , rabbit cleaners ,bonders ,transporters , thank you to the shops , staff and customers for raising funds , thank you to the other rescues including the Rspca especially Kim Greaves and Lizzy Bee , thank you to everyone who has donated , adopted or supported us in any other way .

Here we go into 2019 .
Please stay with us
We need your support

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Another year of dedication to Rabbit Welfare from you and Team BARC Angie. I can see what you mean about one of the figures, it is indeed very shocking. My wish for 2019 is that you and Team BARC will feel able to continue to help Rabbits in need. The work you all do is invaluable.

Happy New Year to all at BARC, be they Two Foots or Bunsters :love:

Omi
31-12-2018, 07:25 PM
Thank you on behalf of all the rabbits you have helped in 2018 :love:

And a very Happy New Year to you all :love:

Motty
31-12-2018, 07:28 PM
Well done and a big thank you to you and the other Rescues who do a wonderful job under extremely difficult circumstances

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mikek
31-12-2018, 07:33 PM
yes, well done & thank you.

tonibun
31-12-2018, 08:18 PM
Well done BARC. I hope you will be able to carry on the good work for a long time to come.

MightyMax
31-12-2018, 08:20 PM
Well here is a post from the Barc bunny warren .

Some figures for you .
One of the figures is shocking but I don't want anyone to focus on that one
This is a happy post to celebrate the work we do.

So .....
In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we took in *82* rabbits. .
This does not include any that were returned or that were born here if a bunny arrived pregnant .

In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we rehomed *101*rabbits .
We currently have *23* rabbits waiting for homes .
*5* of these are reserved .

The number rehomed is slightly less than last year . But that is ok as it's mostly down to vhd2 and having to tell people no or to wait if they have recently lost a bunny suddenly .

When I get emails or messages or phone calls to rehome rabbits I try to keep a check on how many we can't help . I do try to guide people to other rescues if we are full but sometimes this isn't possible . Sometimes it is very upsetting to have to tell people we are full.

In 2018 , here at Barc bunny warren we have turned away *416*rabbits needing rescue space.
These are only the ones I've been directly asked to take and this does not include any I am tagged in on Facebook.

So a busy year .
And next year I expect will be the same .

So thank you to my helpers and volunteers , rabbit cleaners ,bonders ,transporters , thank you to the shops , staff and customers for raising funds , thank you to the other rescues including the Rspca especially Kim Greaves and Lizzy Bee , thank you to everyone who has donated , adopted or supported us in any other way .

Here we go into 2019 .
Please stay with us
We need your support

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Thank you for all the wonderful work you and your team do Angie.

Happy New year to buns and hoomins alike and may it be kind to you all :love:

Lisa1981
31-12-2018, 09:30 PM
Well here is a post from the Barc bunny warren .

Some figures for you .
One of the figures is shocking but I don't want anyone to focus on that one
This is a happy post to celebrate the work we do.

So .....
In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we took in *82* rabbits. .
This does not include any that were returned or that were born here if a bunny arrived pregnant .

In 2018 , here at the Barc bunny warren we rehomed *101*rabbits .
We currently have *23* rabbits waiting for homes .
*5* of these are reserved .

The number rehomed is slightly less than last year . But that is ok as it's mostly down to vhd2 and having to tell people no or to wait if they have recently lost a bunny suddenly .

When I get emails or messages or phone calls to rehome rabbits I try to keep a check on how many we can't help . I do try to guide people to other rescues if we are full but sometimes this isn't possible . Sometimes it is very upsetting to have to tell people we are full.

In 2018 , here at Barc bunny warren we have turned away *416*rabbits needing rescue space.
These are only the ones I've been directly asked to take and this does not include any I am tagged in on Facebook.

So a busy year .
And next year I expect will be the same .

So thank you to my helpers and volunteers , rabbit cleaners ,bonders ,transporters , thank you to the shops , staff and customers for raising funds , thank you to the other rescues including the Rspca especially Kim Greaves and Lizzy Bee , thank you to everyone who has donated , adopted or supported us in any other way .

Here we go into 2019 .
Please stay with us
We need your support

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I would just like to say thank you for all the buns you help and care for you are an inspiration and a truly specil person.
I have read some of your posts ( along with others) and have been educated in the welfare of rabbbits and the plight of many buns all over the country. It is people like you that make a difference and I for one will be looking to adopt in the future.
Me Harlequin and Beauty wish you and all the buns all the best going into 2019.

Cuthbert&Dillon
31-12-2018, 10:40 PM
Thank you for the work you do and for your help with Vimto

Zoobec
01-01-2019, 02:48 PM
Thankyou for all the amazing work you do, I don’t know how you do it :love: I can wholeheartedly recommend BARC to anyone, Angie is truly an amazing lady and knows the personality of all the bunnies really well. I am so very glad that we were able to adopt Fern from BARC recently :love: