Angel Ward

These are some of our Angel Bunnies.

The Bunny Bunch Angel Fund helps sick or injured rabbits, chinchillas and guinea pigs.  

Here at the Bunny Bunch we want to help every rabbit we can.  All too often rabbits are taken to vets or shelters to be euthanized because their humans are not willing to care for them.  It is very common for us to get a call from a person that has just found a sick or injured rabbit in the street.  Our Angel Fund helps  these rabbits.

Here at the Bunny Bunch we fall in love with all of our rescued rabbits.  The Angel bunnies have a special place in our hearts as we often stay up with them night and day through their sickness or injuries, syringe feeding them, giving them medication, fluids and lots of TLC.
Because of our volunteers and supporters like you, these rabbits are saved!  We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Here are a few we are taking care of now.

arthurArnold had his cast changed yesterday for the fifth time. Upon X-ray his leg is healing very well. One more cast change in two weeks, then two weeks later the cast will becoming off for good.

Bunny Bunch rescued him from the OC animal shelter after he was turned in from a hoarding case, with a fractured front leg and injured back leg. This poor guy went through alot.

Those of you who have met him know he is the best bunny ever. He is so sweet and friendly. We will be taking adopting applications for him at Bunny Bunch Fountain Valley. You can also fill one out by clicking here.

Because of the Bunny Bunch Angel Fund we are able to save rabbits that would have otherwise have been euthanized.  Donations for our Angel Fund are imperative to continue our rescue work.

Please donate by clicking here.  You can also PayPal caroline@bunnybunch.org.  Please let us know in the Paypal comments box you are donating to our Angel Fund.  No amount is too small.  

Arnold loves visitors so stop by Bunny Bunch Fountain Valley to see him anytime during open hours.



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Dylan was rescued from a bad home. Once we got him we discovered he hadn’t been able to eat because of overgrown teeth.  We were able to trim his teeth and he is now eating well. Once his weight is back to normal he will have surgery to remove his teeth.



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Bosley is part of a trio. He had surgery for an abscess on his head above his eye. He is recovering nicely with the proper meds.

 

 

 

 

 



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Nibbles had over grown cheek teeth which where cutting into his check making it hard to eat. They have been trimmed now. Although he will probably need trims every couple of months.

 

 

 




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Bun Bun had a GI problem. He is on medication and recovering nicely.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mr Pinky Whiskers was left in a park, in a cage. Someone found him and bright him to us. He was skin and bones, he couldn’t eat because of over grown teeth and cuts inside his moth from the teeth. He now gets syringe fed soft feed and is starting to eat in his own, he is in pain meds and antibiotics. He is gaining weight and his personality is coming out. Once his weight is up he will be able to under anesthesia for a tooth trim.

 

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Bigsley could not use his back legs because of knee problems. His friend Binky came in blind. They both did super well and kept each other company. They found a home together.

 

 

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Valentine was left on a volunteers doorstep on Valentine’s Day. As you can see you can hardly even tell he is a rabbit. We can tell he must have lived in a wire bottom cage that damaged his feet.He was skin and bones. He had to live on pillows so his feet didn’t hurt and could heel. It took a long time, but as you can see he is very well now. He found a home living with another rabbit and is very spoiled.
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IMG_2224This is Bubble on the far left. He was rescued with his Mum and sister. He is just 24 hours old in this photo.
IMG_1681Snow White (baby picture) was brought in with her Mother and two other babies. They had been  terribly neglected. They were all skin and bones. Sadly one baby didn’t make it. But with lots of syringe feeding, meds, and TLC the Mum and two babies did well.  Below is a picture of Snow White, today.
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Squeaky

 

Squeaky was rescued from a shelter with a horrible case of mites. He ate like crazy and fully recovered. He found a super home with a volunteer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LadyBird (1)LadyBird was in a terrible condition, and I didn’t know if she would make it. We got her from someone who no longer wanted her. When she came to us the smell of infection was awful. She had a terrible case of ear and fur mites and both ears were infected, plus she had a jaw abscess. She had been kept in a tiny wire cage and never let out. She could only walk a few steps and would fall over. Her recovery took a long time. But she blossomed into a lovely, healthy, happy rabbit. She was adopted and lived with other rabbits that had the run of the house.

 

 

IMG_0824These two tiny babies came from a hoarder case. They are all grown up now and living as house rabbits.
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