- 2 years
- Arrived 12th October, 2020
- Boarded at Rode Heath
We think the photo speaks for itself as to why Rory (along with Ash) came into our care. Rescued by the RSPCA’s Inspectors, they are now in our care adapting to a new and better way of life. Rory didn’t have a name either so his foster mum named him.
He was a traumatised bunny because of how he’s been kept. He really does need to be paired with a neutered female asap so he can learn how to live life in happiness.
He has been vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. It took him several weeks to even start to relax a little and eat properly. A home without other pets and ideally no children as he’s too nervous – he’s stiff as a board when picked up he’s that frightened. He doesn’t know how to use a ramp and he’s frightened to explore, so we’re working on that! A hutch or shed on the same level as the run would be perfect.
Housing requirement is a minimum 6ft shed or 6 x 2 x 2 hutch with a minimum ‘attached’ 10 x 4 x 3ft (height) run or a bespoke spacious set up with ideally the freedom to a secure garden/alternative area for stimulation; exercise, space and enrichment is most important!
Please read this information on suitable accommodation http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/
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