Saturday, 15 January 2011

Urgent help needed for PACT rescue

This message was sent out earlier this week via our First Alert service, if you can spare anything to help the rescue that have taken on 74 rabbits, 30 of which may be pregnant (litters are already being born) please help.

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY TO ALL GROUPS AND CONTACTS IN UK INCLUDING ALL YOUR RABBIT RESCUES AND ALL WEBSITES, FACEBOOK, MYSPACE, TWITTER FOR MAXIMUM PUBLICITY

CRITICAL SITUATION- HELP NEEDED NOW FROM ALL OUR SUPPORTERS

'PACT' animal santuary in Norfolk (UK) comes to the rescue of 74 Rabbits including babies that were living in filthy, squalid conditions- they need your help now please, this is a desperate situation!! Some of the Rabbits are sick and need veterinary help.

Donations/loving forever homes needed to help these desperate Rabbits

'PACT' animal santuary in Norfolk (UK) are asking for our immediate help today. They have recently come to the vital rescue of 74 Rabbits including their babies that were living in filthy, squalid conditions- they need your help now!

Please view the disturbing photos below of the conditions that these poor Rabbits and their babies had to endure including dead animals found in a bonfire!! Please read PACT's damning report below and help them to help these animals in need.

'PACT' ANIMAL SANCTUARY CHARITY NUMBER IS 1045251. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A DONATION AND/OR OFFER A LOVING, FOREVER HOME

1 comment:

  1. The final total of rabbits taken out of the most appalling conditions now total 74. These range from tiny babies to adults. Typical accommodation for 8 rabbits were hutches measuring 24 x 18 x 8 deep.

    At least 30 females were running with bucks, so it is estimated that there will be approximately 250 rabbits to house and feed within the next two months. Sadly one doe has already aborted her litter, some rabbits have Syphilis, some have snuffles and there are 4 suspected cases of myxi. Many rabbits have rat bites and will need antibiotics Obviously all of these bunnies are segregated from the resident rabbits which is a logistical nightmare.

    Wood Green have pledged support to help vaccinate the rabbits in the next few days.

    Following our alert, this was picked up by Maeve Moorcroft of Pets at Home who passed on the information to their charity department. £2,000 has been pledged. One of our members also picked up on the alert and has passed the information on to other groups and we understand that so far £1,500 has been pledged in donations. Burgess Petcare have today despatched a pallet of nuggetts. A local firm have donated £1,200.00 worth of building material to help construct a new bunny village which was already in the pipeline, as PACT Sanctuary have an average of 100 bunnies in their care.

    Hutches are desperately needed and if you are able to help, please contact George or Chris on 01362 820775.

    Thank you to members who are contacting the media to gain support.

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