Help Lagomorphs worldwide

Lagomorphs are rabbits, hares, and pikas (Leporidae are the rabbits and hares). 

please read What price beauty?

Here in the UK, both rabbits and hares need our help. Here are some organisations who do help them and are worth your time and assistance:

Standards in England need to improve. (Wales and Scotland have laws that protect rabbits to a higher standard) Rabbits need to be reclassified as pets along with cats and dogs. This is the first step to giving them more protection. They also should NOT be sold in pet shops and garden centres as the people buying them receive NO proper education about their care. Small hutches need to be BANNED. Write letters and emails to your MPs, support the RWAF. Do your bit to facilitate this desperately needed change.

I created a petition to facilitate this change, that was sent to DEFRA and selected MPs. Each time someone signed it, they were sent a copy of the letter. In the end, the MPs did not respond but DEFRA sent me back a rubbish reply (after I contacted them twice about it) and got my name completely wrong; they stated they would not change the law because it would place a "burden on retailers". I Say, that is a rubbish excuse and not even true. I am not done with this effort and will continue to let them know what I think. You can help too. Each time someone voices that they are unhappy with the state of things, it brings us a little closer to making the change happen. 

DEFRA (Dept of Environment Food & Rural Affairs

Nobel House 

17 Smith Square 

Telephone (UK only)03459 33 55 77

Telephone (from outside the UK)+44 20 7238 6951


watch a moving short film about hares from the Humane Society International here

a great example of why the law should change in England and rabbits should get more protection from the government click here to read

Cassie lost a leg due to neglect from before she was rescued.
Gorsky was blind due to neglect. 

Milagro has no front teeth due to inbreeding, was suffering from terrible neglect and would have died a terrible slow death had we not rescued him. Change the law.