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Hello, and welcome to 2009! Although the news page has been very quiet over the last year, is still going strong with plenty of new animals available for adoption being added everyday!

View them now!

Petsr is slowly being re-built to make it more relevent and easier to navigate. When you will see the new stuff is anyone's guess but there is something coming I assure you!

In the meantime, thanks to all the rescues who have contributed to the website over the last year.

-Petsr Admin

Posted on the 12th of January 2009 at 20:42

Survey Reveals Rabbit Misery

As part of National Rabbit Week, results have been released of a new survey by the RSPCA

323 Rabbits were surveyed between May and November 2007 and of those:

  • 88% had no company and were kept in solitary confinement.
  • 70% did not have access to a run and spent 24 hours a day locked in a hutch.
  • 55% did not have an adequate hutch
  • 50% did not have clean bedding
  • 42% of hutches were in full sunlight without adequate shade
  • 45% did not have any water available
  • 30% did not have any food available

RSPCA regional manager, Jonathan Silk, said: "For the last two years we have discovered that the average amount of time that a rabbit was owned before being unwanted was as little as three months. Rabbits are becoming throwaway pets, bought for as little as £10, given very little quality of life and wanted for a very short period of time."

The survey also highlighted that:

  • 57% of owners who bought their rabbit from a shop or garden centre said they received no advice or literature on how to care for it.
  • 42% of rabbits were taken on as pets for children.
  • 32% of rabbits were living in old, often unsuitable hutches, which came free from their friend or neighbour.
  • 11% of rabbits were the result of unwanted or unplanned breeding.

Full Story at the Wiltshire Time website

Posted on the 24th of January 2008 at 12:23

31 Horses found Dead, 100+ Horses rescued

I'm sure you have all read the shocking story in the news about the 31 dead horses and many neglected animals in Buckinghamshire, UK

You can read the full story at Horsemart or the BBC

Some of the rescues so far involved in rescuing some of these neglected horses are:

I'm sure any donations, monetary or otherwise will be helpful to these organisations in this time of need.

Posted on the 10th of January 2008 at 13:35

Record Number of Pups Dumped over New Year

Record Number of Pups Dumped over New Year

Amanda Robinson, of the UK’s largest pooch welfare charity Dogs Trust, said they took in more than 600 dogs last month.

She said: “Some centres had seven or eight puppies dumped outside – it’s very sad. It seems that we will be looking at a new record.”

Read the full story from The Sun

Posted on the 8th of January 2008 at 09:59

Forum Deleted

I have deleted the forum for now, as it wasn't actually being used. This may be relaunched in the new year with updated software.

Posted on the 14th of December 2007 at 19:14


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Posted on the 13th of November 2007 at 00:56