May 5th, 2015
Starting the British Bunnies website has been an amazing journey. I’ve had lots of fun working on it and met lots of lovely like minded people who just want to promote the welfare of rabbits.
My own rabbits, Pepper and Dylan, had inspired me to start the site as I loved caring for them and learning about their little personalities but I was so frustrated that I kept being asked if I could rehome just one more rabbit (many times!). I wanted to provide information for those thinking of taking on a rabbit and those who are enjoying their new companions. The site continues to attract visitors, no doubt partly due to the the rabbit boarding directory which is full of businesses dedicated to caring for our furry friends during our holidays.
However, in the time that has passed since British Bunnies was launched there have been many changes for me, including two babies who are growing fast and the prospect of a new business, I am sad to say that I cannot carry on with the running of British Bunnies. Time is not on my side to promote the website and generate the income that it needs from advertising to pay for website hosting.
The current hosting status is paid for until 27th of July 2015. On this day the website will either go offline, OR, perhaps one of you would like to take on the responsibility and running of the site? I would love to hear from you if you are interested in buying the page for a small fee. It has lots of potential in the right hands!
Whatever happens, the Facebook and Twitter accounts will remain open and I’d love to hear from you all. Pepper and Dylan will keep making an appearance and I always enjoy seeing your pictures.
Thank you for being part of the British Bunnies project and if you run a bunny boarding company I wish you all the best for the future.
February 25th, 2015
Pepper has just had an extreme grooming session including a trip to the vets for a full check over. She stopped grooming herself and became quite messy, the vet concludes that she might have arthritis. So, today Pepper starts some medication for arthritis to trial. Almost eight years old and now looking pretty, here is Pepper enjoying a treat smothered in her first dose of medication.
January 1st, 2015
Happy New Year to all of our readers. We hope you have a fantastic 2015.
November 30th, 2014
Brrrr the temperature is dropping and it is now the count down until Christmas. Just 25 days to go and we are very excited as we have two toddlers at home just desperate to meet Santa and rip open those parcels. Pepper and Dylan will of course be joining them and joining in the festivities! They are seven years old now and still just as big a part of the family as they were before we had children.
So, lets get in the festive spirit and start sharing our Christmassy pictures. Are your rabbits getting into the festive spirit with you? Lets see how. Please post your pictures on our Facebook page, Twitter page or you can e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can post them for you. Our favourite pictures will be posted here on the blog in the run up to Christmas. All for fun and sharing how happy our bunnies can be indoors.
Remember, rabbits are not an appropriate Christmas gift and we want to spread the word. We may add a statement to your photo to help us spread the word, such as ‘Rabbits are for life and not just for Christmas’. Please let us know if you do not want your photo to be used.
November 22nd, 2014
It’s been a while since I shared pictures of my bundles of fluff so here are Pepper and Dylan relaxing together. Happy Bunnies and happy home.
November 20th, 2014
It’s that time of the year again for Pepper to go for a general anaesthetic to get her teeth filed and her tear ducts flushed out. How nervous I will be waiting for her return, I think I get more nervous every time due to her age as she is now seven and a half. Does anyone else go through this?
July 23rd, 2014
British Bunnies has a directory listing boarding accommodation available in the UK for your rabbits. The list is growing steadily and any business offering safe boarding or house sitting may email email@example.com to have their details added for free.
The directory offers the option to ‘enhance’ your listing. This means that your business will always appear at the top of the list in your area and will include full details of what you offer and how you can be contacted.
Today on Facebook British Bunnies is offering one FREE enhanced listing. All you have to do is comment on our Facebook competition status with your business name. This competition closes at mid day on the 24th of July 2014 and is in no way affiliated with Facebook.
If you are not a fan on Facebook, take a look, but if you don’t use it at all you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 8th, 2014
Do your pets get on as friends? Why not share your pictures with us on our Facebook or Twitter pages and tell us a bit about them.