These two normally so happy a cute, looking slightly grumpy, why could that be? I think it was because they'd just been told that the box of treats wasn't just st for them. Another mistreated tale of bunny woe.
Benson was such a lovely bunny and although we're not supposed to have favourites he was always one of mine.
With his poofy cheeks and little heart shape on his nose he was adorably cute, he was a grumpy, grunty little guy who like his partner, Patty had no issues with telling you off if you weren't quick enough with breakfast or wanted to groom his floofy mane. Our household are particularly fond of bunnies with character and this is what I loved most about Benson.
Topsy was handed in to a rescue by someone claiming she was a stray, when her microchip was checked she belonged to the woman who had handed her in.
Topsy originally came from a pet store and was purchased by someone who had done no research into her needs and been given little advice.
If that wasn't enough poor Topsy had snuffles, it was against the other rescues policies to rehome a bunny with snuffles and her foster mum couldn't provide her with enough space so Topsy has come to live with us at Rabbit Residence.
Today's post is an appreciation for Oslo, he may have dental disease, snuffles & eye issues, he may be ever so slightly grumpy about having his meds, but there's little cuter than a smooshy lop who follows you round demanding head rubs and who falls asleep in your lap.
The last two weeks have been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster for all of those involved in the rescue.
As well as having to make the sad decision to have Sprat euthanised, we also found one of the three wildie siblings, Pea collapsed and struggling to breathe and lost Christina following a tragic accident.
Our hearts break each and every time we have to say good bye to one of our little fury friends even know we are making the decision upon veterinary advice in the best interests of each rabbit it doesn't hurt any less.
We also sadly had to say goodbye to cheeky sponsor bunny, Moll as her respiratory illness worsened and her quality of life was severely compromised.
Zion, Laurel, Citroen all found new partners and forever homes along with Sea Pearl and Ruby Red who have gone to be house rabbits and Latte and Piccolo who have finally found a spacious forever home in the country after being returned to us earlier this year.