Please sign the Rabbit Welfare Petition to introduce a code of practice for the welfare of domestic rabbits
Did you know that rabbits are the UK's third most popular pet, yet the MOST neglected and cruelly treated out of all pets? Camp Nibble, a rabbit welfare charity, have created a petition urging the government to introduce a code of practice for the welfare of domestic rabbits (as currently exists for dogs and cats).
Rabbits are very sensitive, intelligent animals with complex needs and live over 10 years, so the idea that they are 'cheap, easy to care for, disposable pets' needs to change so that people know what they're signing up for when they buy a rabbit. The government introducing a code of practice for the welfare of domestic rabbits would begin to help educate the general public and make a change to reduce the widespread suffering of pet rabbits.
We need YOUR help to obtain 100,000 signatures!
It's quick and easy, and you can do so by clicking on this link:
Caring for your pet rabbit
Suffering isn't only caused by neglect, but also by caring owners being unaware of how to properly care for their bunny. For more information on how to look after you rabbit, read our Rabbit Info pages here.
You can read more about Camp Nibble and their petition on their website: http://www.campnibble.com/petition.html
Thank you for your valued support and please share with your friends!