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Lop-eared rabbits Ollie and Brielle are Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre Pets of the Week
Lop-eared bunny duo Ollie and Brielle are this week's Pets of the Week at Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre.
Ollie would have been fed to a snake had he not been saved from this grisly fate by some kind rescuers who asked the charity to take him in. He was very stressed and scared initially, but with some TLC and time he is getting over his ordeal and becoming more used to being handled.
Ollie now lives with Brielle, an unwanted pet who arrived at Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre last year. Brielle is very attached to Ollie so the sanctuary would like to see the pair re-homed together. They will need a patient owner, with no young children in the home, to give them the attention they deserve.
Like all the rabbits at Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre, Ollie and Brielle have been vaccinated, neutered, wormed and micro-chipped.
If you are interested in offering Ollie and Brielle a home, or you would like to see the many other dogs, cats and small animals currently at Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre, please visit foalfarm.org.uk or call 01959 572 386.
And if you’re unable offer a home to a pet, there are plenty of other ways you can help, such as sponsoring a resident animal, making a donation, organising a fundraising event or by volunteering your time.
About Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre
Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre is a registered animal welfare charity located in Jail Lane, Biggin Hill.
The charity finds new homes for hundreds of lost and unwanted animals across the South East and London every year and has up to 200 animals waiting to be re-homed at any one time.
All animals are neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated and given any other medical treatment necessary. No healthy animal is ever destroyed, and if no home can be found, the animal becomes a resident at Foal Farm for the rest of its life. The charity relies entirely on public donations.