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Denny
21-10-2005, 02:50 PM
Derbyshire RSPCA have an appeal out for toys and treats for small rodents and rabbits for anyone interested who lives close, or even a rabbit rattle in the post would not cost much :wink:

Or cat food if anyone can spare any along with a few other appeals :wink:

http://www.derby-rspca.org.uk/

Treats and Toys for our Rabbits and Rodents Required!!
12/9/2005
We need further supplies of treats and toys for our resident Rabbits and Rodents at the Derby Shelter to help keep them happy and occupied until they are re-homed.

If you could donate anything along these lines, please call in at our Abbey Street Shelter, or telephone 01332 344620 and wherever possible arrangements will be made to collect. We have permanent collection points at most Derby Superstores for tinned food, which could also be utilised for this purpose.

We are always very grateful for your continued support!!

luvabun
21-10-2005, 08:34 PM
Not meaning to squash good ideas but I'm always a bit unsure when I see the bins in shops (esp petshops) for tins to be donated to a rescue... call me a cynic but how do you know thats where it really goes?

bunnymadhouse
22-10-2005, 02:27 AM
pets at home at collect for us , and yes we do get it.

luvabun
22-10-2005, 08:56 AM
pets at home at collect for us , and yes we do get it.good news .. thanks for that :thumb:

Denny
22-10-2005, 10:52 AM
Not meaning to squash good ideas but I'm always a bit unsure when I see the bins in shops (esp petshops) for tins to be donated to a rescue... call me a cynic but how do you know thats where it really goes?

morning matey, the address to send stuff to is actually the rspca address so it is not a collection in a shop :wink: however, if you do venture into this one Jill, dont take any carriers with you :lol: :lol:

luvabun
22-10-2005, 11:01 AM
morning matey, the address to send stuff to is actually the rspca address so it is not a collection in a shop :wink: however, if you do venture into this one Jill, dont take any carriers with you :lol: :lol: would you be insinuating I have zero will-power when looking at unfortunate, neglected bunnies :?: :lol: .... and I'm going up to Derby next week..... :wink:

Estelle
22-10-2005, 09:26 PM
Not meaning to squash good ideas but I'm always a bit unsure when I see the bins in shops (esp petshops) for tins to be donated to a rescue... call me a cynic but how do you know thats where it really goes?

Where else would it go? :wink:

luvabun
22-10-2005, 11:27 PM
Not meaning to squash good ideas but I'm always a bit unsure when I see the bins in shops (esp petshops) for tins to be donated to a rescue... call me a cynic but how do you know thats where it really goes?

Where else would it go? :wink:back on the shelves..... :cry: