Here is a list of the rabbit rescues in North Yorkshire that we know of. If you happen to know of any more that we haven’t mentioned here, then please do let us know.
RSPCA York Animal Home – Based in York, We are a branch of the national RSPCA and work in partnership with the Inspectors but have to be self-funding. All the money that we spend in York has to be raised in York. That is why all donations and support are so badly needed.
Selby Animal Sanctuary – Based in Selby, Selby Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation care for orphaned, sick and injured animals in Selby, Goole and York plus the surrounding rural villages. Increasingly, we are also helping animals from further afield, such as Hornsea, Hull, Barnsley, Wakefield and Leeds.
RSPCA Scarborough and District Branch -Based in Scarborough, we were established in 1867, we are now in our 145th year and we are one of the oldest branches in the United Kingdom. We are totally self-funded and are responsible for the area stretching between Whitby, Scarborough & Filey over to Pickering & Helmsley, including all the villages in between.
Bunny Burrows Small Animal Sanctuary – Based in Richmond, Bunny Burrows is a small animal charity which is run from the home of Gwen Butler in North Yorkshire, England. They rescue unwanted rabbits and guinea pigs with the aim to rehome, after a thorough health check, those who are fit enough and foster out to experienced carers, those who are not. Bunny Burrow’s aims is to educate people on the welfare and well being of these small animals.