Wool Block in Rabbits by Josie Thompson, DVMHoliday Tips to Keep Bunny Safe ItÍs holiday season again - a time of year that can be both fun and stressful for you and your rabbit. In the midst of all your holiday preparations, here a few tips to keep your bunny safe and happy . -- December 6, 2000
Chat Room Up and Running Try out our new Chat Room. Once our new adoption and education center is open, we're hoping to hold regularly scheduled chat events staffed by educators. For now, you're on your own, so please play nice in the chat room! -- September 5, 2000
Survey Results Check out the results of our survey that was conducted throughout the month of August. We heard from almost 500 people on subjects ranging from the age of their rabbit, to features they'd like to see added to our site. -- August 29, 2000
Southern California Event Attend Bunnyfest 2000 in San Diego Sunday, September 17. -- August 27, 2000
Adoption and Education Center Update Many thanks to our online supporters who donated the funds to construct a mandated dumpster enclosure. We've found a contractor, obtained a permit and construction will begin in the next few weeks. We've held three volunteer construction events to build the adoptable runny habitats, and our quarantine kennels have also arrived. We hope to announce an opening date soon. More info...
Your donations are still needed for vet care, spays and neuters, and other ongoing expenses associated with our rescue efforts. Can you make a secure online donation to help? no amount is too small. -- August 20, 2000
You Asked for It: New Resource Indexes Based on feedback from our survey, we found many people wanted articles grouped together in new ways. Based upon this feedback, we've created three new indexes:
Online Donations Now Accepted We now accept donations via helping.org or our PayPal account, -- April 14, 2000
Vol 4, Issue 4 of House Rabbit Journal Published A new issue of The House Rabbit Journal was sent out to all HRS members last week. You should expect to find it in your mail box by the first week in April. It features articles on difficult introductions, an update on our shelter fund and several other care and behavior articles. If you'd like to get the journal each quarter, our membership forms are online. -- March 24, 2000
Useful Tip: Sock Toy Take an all-cotton thick athletic sock and split the top in half with two vertical cuts through the ribbing. Put about 3 Tbs. of hay in the toe, followed by 1 Tbs. of oat groats, followed by 1/3 cup pellets, followed by 1/2 to 3/4 cup hay (depending on sock size). Then squeeze the fat part through the top of the cage and tie the sock top around the wire in a double knot so just the fat part is hanging in Bunny's cage. For more info on fun rabbit toys, check out our Toy FAQ. Previous tips of the week...