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    They are incredibly gorgeous - is there a thread about their circumstances and how they ended up in rescue (sorry I've been MIA for a while)?

    Does anyone know how far away ARC will rehome to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangediva View Post
    They are incredibly gorgeous - is there a thread about their circumstances and how they ended up in rescue (sorry I've been MIA for a while)?

    Does anyone know how far away ARC will rehome to?
    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...ETTING-IMAGES*

    They were a case being investigated/prosecuted by the RSPCA. Cant post any more details on a public forum though.

    In certain circumstances ARC will consider rehoming out of their immediate area. But you'd need to contact them directly to discuss things in full

    https://animalrescueandcare.org.uk/adopt-a-rabbit/



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    My goodness I've just read through that thread and ARC's Facebook page. Poor bunnies, thank goodness they are safe now.

    I think I might be too far away (Midlands) and I'm not ready to adopt yet as I'm preparing my accommodation and waiting until I have an operation (no date yet) before taking on any new pets but I definitely will contact ARC when I'm ready in case there are any of these buns still waiting. They are adorable, how anyone can mistreat something so lovely - I just don't get it. The words meat and rabbits should not be in the same sentence (but I think that about all animals).

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangediva View Post
    My goodness I've just read through that thread and ARC's Facebook page. Poor bunnies, thank goodness they are safe now.

    I think I might be too far away (Midlands) and I'm not ready to adopt yet as I'm preparing my accommodation and waiting until I have an operation (no date yet) before taking on any new pets but I definitely will contact ARC when I'm ready in case there are any of these buns still waiting. They are adorable, how anyone can mistreat something so lovely - I just don't get it. The words meat and rabbits should not be in the same sentence (but I think that about all animals).
    I agree with you. Such lovely rabbits and animals are not 'meat' they are sentient beings.

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    They are beautiful. Hope they all find loving homes soon.
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    Mr P (our rescue bun) August 2017 🐇🐰

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