What to do if you see a stray rabbit in Singapore
Rabbits are a common sight in many parts of the world, and Singapore is no exception. These cute and cuddly animals may seem harmless, but they can easily become lost or injured if they are left to roam around on their own. If you come across a stray rabbit in Singapore, it is important to know what to do to ensure their safety and well-being. 1. Observe from a distance If you come across a stray rabbit, the first thing you should do is to observe it from a safe distance. Try not to startle or frighten the rabbit, as this can cause it to run away and become lost.…
14/3/2023 17 guinea pigs found abandoned in thermal food bags on roadside
Seventeen guinea pigs were abandoned without food or water, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) said on Facebook on Monday. One was found dead under the bags. The passer-by told SPCA: “I went to check the bags because I saw something furry. I was shocked to see a guinea pig’s face staring back at me.” Source – Straitstimes
13/2/2023 Rabbits are in poor condition with spayed legs in pet shop.
The pet store is called Mini Pets. Rabbits are in poor condition with spayed legs and sometimes they have no pellets or hay. Rabbits are practically stacked on top of one another trying to reach the water.
10 signs that your bunny might be sick
Having a bunny as a pet can be a delightful experience, but as a responsible pet owner, it is important to be able to recognize when your bunny is sick. Like any animal, bunnies are susceptible to illness and injury, and it’s important to catch these issues early to give your pet the best chance at recovery. We’ll go over 10 signs that your bunny might be sick, so you can keep a close eye on your furry friend’s health Changes in appetite If your bunny is eating less or not eating at all, it may be a sign of illness. Changes in water intake Similarly, if your bunny is…
Story of my first bunny, Cuddles
We chanced upon our first bunny as an accidental adoption. Someone asked if anyone wanted a 6yo bunny. Before my wife agreed to it, the bunny was collected and dropped off below my block. I wasn’t even home. The person who dropped it off wasn’t the owner and had given no clue of the history of the bunny except the bunny needed a home. (Pls have kind thoughts of this person, they were just trying to help.) When we collected him, he was in a mess. Whatever was the case, the bunny was with us then and being animal lovers, we decided to provide for him in best way we…
13/2/2023 RABBIT ABANDONED AT VOLUNTEER DOOR STEP
An account of what happened by the volunteer: “I woke up this morning (14 Nov 2022) at around 8AM and receive an anonymous message on Instagram from a spam account. Message as attached. I did not reply and went back to sleep. At about 8.20AM my mother woke me up saying there is a rabbit abandoned at my house door step. The rabbit is extremely underweight, poor and neglected condition. It requires vet attention and has multiple medical condition. I responded to the anonymous message and managed to identify the perpetrator. The rabbit is abandoned at my door step between 1AM-8AM in a small pet carrier.” A Police and…
How i found Monster the Holland Lop
I was a dog lover and has never thought of having a rabbit my whole life. I also never had pets and didnt know if i was able to take care of one. One day i chance upon a Rabbit for Adoption Gumtree page and once in a while i would head over to look at the bunnies people wanna let go. I also didnt know why i would sometimes go over to take a look. I didnt intend to adopt one. After about 6 months, one day when i was browsing the Gumtree page, I saw 3 bunnies around my area people wanna let go. Monster’s listing was between…
Keeping a Rabbit in a Singapore HDB: What You Need to Know
Bringing a rabbit home to your HDB apartment in Singapore? Make sure you provide proper housing, food, exercise, and healthcare for your furry friend. Learn all about keeping a rabbit in a HDB apartment.
Can I bring rabbit on MRT?
Are you wondering if you can bring your pet rabbit on the MRT in Singapore? Read our article to learn about the official MRT pet policy and alternative options for transporting your rabbit.
Why is it a bad idea to buy a rabbit in Singapore
Owning a rabbit in Singapore can be a rewarding experience, but it requires careful consideration and preparation. From the cost of ownership to the responsibility of proper care, learn what it takes to be a responsible rabbit owner in Singapore.