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Help The Unwanted Sick Rabbits in Rescue

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How this will help

Sadly rabbit rescues continue to be overwhelmed with dumps.

 Too Many Bunnies Rabbit Rescue rescues rabbits in need but have a high priority to help the rabbits on death row and critical care bunnies.  Injured and sick rabbits are put to sleep in the shelters first. TMBRR takes these rabbits no matter what age and rehabilitates them into healthy loving animals giving them a second chance at life.  

Some of the special needs rabbits are receiving serious medical attention and could use our help.The rescue also needs to make upgrades as well as keep supplies full.
(No Amount is too Small, please see Donation links below)

Woozle is an older rabbit who was just pulled from the shelter; he was found outside (dumped) and was suffering in the elements, then turned in to the shelter and was going to be put down.  Woozle has 3-5 different abscesses, and releasing some of the pus was necessary for relief from the rapidly building pressure and infection.  Woozle came home to the Rescue and is receiving fluids, sub Q pain meds, antibiotics.  Unfortunately abscesses are seen regularly in rescue.
Image and video hosting by TinyPicImage and video hosting by TinyPicBuz was also dumped as a stray and pulled from death row. His eye needs to be removed due to the serious infection for him to survive.    Image and video hosting by TinyPicLeo was pulled from the shelter in horrific condition as well.  His sore hocks were very serious and had to be treated aggressively.    Image and video hosting by TinyPicLeo is Recovered & AdoptedImage and video hosting by TinyPicTMBRR works with shelters, authorities, owners and educates the public on rabbit care. Please visit them on Facebook. Rescue Album

 If you would like to help the rabbits at TMBRR you may donate at the following link or Paypal email address.
 Paypal:  [email protected]
 TMBRR Website

 Too Many Bunnies Rabbit Rescue

Is a rabbit partner of The Marina Sanctuary Animal Rescue a 501(c)3 Non-Profit animal organization.

Thank you for your continued support,

For The Rabbits,
Linda Sue  


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