small animals wanting homes

Please ring Deb on 01359 242343 to rehome a rabbit
 

RSPCA West Suffolk 
Small Animals wanting homes

NATIONAL
CRUELTY LINE:
0300 1234 999

(Small animals cannot be reserved by e-mail)

Our Branch is run by volunteers so it is likely that you will get a recorded message when you ring. If you leave your details your call will be returned, and all enquiries will be taken in order, whether you live in our area or not.

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(Please click on photo for a description of the small animal)
 

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We are in need of someone who would be interested in fostering ferrets.
For further information please mail:- rspcasuffolk@btinternet.com leaving a contact number and someone will get back to you.

 We are always looking for rabbit home checkers and fosterers, ideally in the Bury St Edmunds area.  If you can help the Branch please phone
Deb on
01359 242343 for more information.

 
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View Some Happy Bunnies

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Click to see how some of our adopters have set up areas for their rabbits. An unused shed and your garden could be cheaper and much better than a posh hutch and run off the internet! Convert a Wendy house

Every Bunny Needs Some Bunny

Click to see how our branch looks after rabbits prior to rehoming.
Further information on rabbit care can be found on the RSPCA web site.     
 www.rspca.org/rabbits
 

A hutch is not enough.