News 2011

Rabbit Awareness Week 23rd - 29th May 2011

Rabbits are very intelligent creatures and need to be kept mentally stimulated, busy and exercised in order to be emotionally healthy and happy.

Vet practices all over the UK will be running free rabbit health checks during Rabbit Awareness Week. Why not find a free clinic near you and take your bunny along to make sure they are in tip top condition.

Pet rabbits are cruelly neglected and mistreated in Britain, survey finds

Study suggests 75% of two million pet rabbits are badly cared for and commonly misunderstood by families who look after them.

From Brer Rabbit to Peter, the enduring appeal of the rabbit has led to it becoming one of Britain's favourite pets – only beaten into third place by dogs and cats.

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New edition of BUAV�s Little Book of Cruelty

Being a compassionate consumer has never been easier with the latest edition of the BUAV’s Little Book of Cruelty Free, enabling shoppers to make ethical choices and buy cosmetic, personal care and household products that haven’t been tested on animals.

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March is Veggie Month

Choose life, go veggie - Every day, thousands of people decide to stop eating meat. Some because they’re worried about the health implications of eating a diet laden with animal flesh and fats; others because they are concerned about the suffering involved in farming and killing animals for food.

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Enjoy a compassionate Christmas and New year

Many tips on how to enjoy a compassionate Christmas and New year

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Busy, busy, busy

We have only been in our new home/rescue centre for four months and during this time we have had a lot of work to do just to get things on an even keel - the land was very overgrown and the buildings rundown and we have just about got things how we (and the animals) would like them to be.

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Great Crested Newts

Our most exciting news is that we have found that we have the protected species of Great Crested Newts on our land and they are amazing creatures.

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Our First Casualty

One of our first casualties was a very young tawny owl which had fallen from the nest about fifty yards up the road from us.

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Please donate

Forget-Me-Not Animal Rescue needs constant financial support to continue their vital work helping animals, so please support us by making a donation today.

Never forget

Forget-Me-Not Animal Rescue is in memory of all those animals we have been so fortunate to share our lives with and to those we have never met but have suffered and died in their millions.


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