It is at this time of year that rabbit rescue shelters can really struggle as they battle to protect their residents from the extreme weather conditions. Any help you can give them will be hugely appreciated and will really help to see them through this difficult time.
Why not add spring greens, cabbage or kale to your weekly shop and drop them at your local rescue? Or bin bags and kitchen towels always come in handy. You can even help without spending any money as many rescues use old newspapers to line accommodation and help to keep it snug – but please check with the rescue itself before unloading a pile of paper on them!
Thanks to all the rescues who do such fantastic work!
What a good idea for people to buy a few extra vegetables to bring to a rescue. And newspaper, too, if they need it. Both are inexpensive ways to help out. I remember I used to buy a bag of dog food at Christmas and drop off at our local shelter for dogs and cats. I'm not sure if you have aluminum recycling places over there but we do here and I started a drop off at one of our local feed stores. People drop off their empty cans and when enough accumulates they take them to the recycle place and get money for them. They probably collect about $100 every 3 months. Not a whole lot but it helps.