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Over 100 rabbits rescued from backyard breeder in Martinez

Monday 28 June 2010 at 10:41 am

A local rabbit rescuer named Michelle came across a neighborhood garage sale in Martinez where rabbits were being sold--in the backyard of the house was over 100 rabbits, living in miserable conditions and rapidly multiplying. Volunteers sprung into action and rescued all of these rabbits, many of whom are small babies. Suzi Hibbard, who rescues for the Martinez shelter, has taken it upon herself to foster the entire batch of bunnies. Rabbit Haven, Harvest Home and House Rabbit Society are all assisting with donations and spay/neuter services.


Carrots! Carrots! Carrots!

Tuesday 22 June 2010 at 09:04 am

Carrot tops are a delicacy at our house.  They rank very high in the list of favorite bunny greens.  I am one of those people you see in the store carefully examining all the carrot bunches looking for the best tops.  You know the ones I mean, the fresh green ones with the highest possible top to carrot ratio.  The end result is that, at any time, I have about 10lbs of topless carrots in my crisper drawer.  So here comes the real dilemma – what to do with all those carrots?  I asked this question recently of my fellow bunny slaves and got some good ideas.  One person takes carrot dishes to all her church potlucks.  I confess I have done this too, and luckily my family is fond of carrot cake.  Another person gave me a recipe for carrot fritters that I just might try out.  In my continuing search for ideas, here is my current favorite carrot-containing recipe.  If you have a great idea for the endless supply of carrots, let us know!  Maybe then we can all reclaim our crisper drawers.


Carrot Cupcakes with White Chocolate Cream Cheese Icing

Acupuncture for Rabbits

Monday 07 June 2010 at 07:11 am

The benefits of acupuncture are among the numerous things I have learned from my rabbit.  Our rabbit has head tilt.  Before she became tilted, I had no idea that veterinary acupuncture existed.  When our vet became a certified veterinary acupuncturist, our bunny was one of the first clients to receive treatment.  I confess now that I was a little skeptical at first, but not anymore!  Acupuncture treatments helped her learn to cope with being tilted, and have helped her overall well-being.  Now that she is elderly and has arthritis, the acupuncture treatments help with that, too.  To learn more about the benefits of acupuncture for rabbits, check out these links.

Acupuncture in Rabbits 

Is Holistic Medicine Right for Your Rabbit?  

An Introduction to Veterinary Acupuncture