Floppy Ear Rescue recently rescued 19 bunnies from a hoarding case in FL. These 19 bunnies, each with their own unique name, are being treated for skin diseases and upper respiratory infections. Each of these beauties are slowly beginning to understand what socialization means along with being loved.
These girls were kept in an approximately 2x2 wooden cage, individually, with a screen mesh between eachother. They're learning to eat hay and veggetables along with a limited amount of pellets from Oxbow.
We're working day and night with each one of them to show them the world isn't so cruel. They're extremely frieghtened by everything around them, even refuse to sit on a blanket, which we use to provide each of the girls cushion to sit and lay on.
We made this campaign to help raise funds to have each of these fragile souls spayed when the time comes. As a non-profit rescue, we do not get funded by the state. We rely solely on donations given to us by good hearted people and what we pay out of our own pocket.
Our rescue is made up of 2 individuals, a husband and wife. The current amount of bunnies within our care, including the 19 girls, is 38. As the days pass, we're due to have more surrenders and dumped bunnies brought to our care, so this number always changes.
Floppy Ear Rescue is asking for your help to raise enough money to spay our 19 girls so that they can be healthier without being bred. Your help is very much appreciated and desperatly needed. Please share with your family and friends, if everyone donated just a single dollar and shared this campaign, we're sure to reach our goal in no time!