Horsham charity takes in ‘hot cross’ bunnies

Three 'Easter' bunnies are being looked after by Care for the Wild SUS-141104-135654001
Three 'Easter' bunnies are being looked after by Care for the Wild SUS-141104-135654001
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Three ‘Easter’ bunnies are being looked after by a wildlife charity after being found abandoned in Rudgwick. The rabbits, less than two months old, were found huddled and alone in the corner of a resident’s paddock.

They are now being taken care of by Tarnya Knight, wildlife carer for Horsham charity Care for the Wild.

“I’ll be looking after them for a few days, making sure they are all healthy, then we’ll release them back to where they came from,” said Tarnya. “They get a bit grumpy with me, so that’s why we’ve called them our Hot Cross Bunnies! But they’ve been through the mill so it’s not surprising. They’ll be fine though.”

Care for the Wild is a wildlife charity devoted to Rescuing, Protecting and Defending wildlife in the UK and abroad. For more information see www.careforthewild.com.

Report and pictures contributed by Care for the WIld.