It’s a bunny bonanza!

What's up, Doc?
What's up, Doc?

Don’t be surprised if Sunday’s Hula Spring Open Day has more bounce than usual - it is a Bunny Bonanza, after all!

The Animal Rescue Centre at Glebe Farm in Aspley Guise is shining the spotlight on our long-eared, charming dandelion loving nibblers.

It is well documented that cats and dogs are increasingly being handed in to animal shelters, but actually, bunny-babbits are being ditched all too easily too.

Hula will be giving a talk on how to keep rabbits healthy, you’ll be able to meet the Rabbit Welfare Association, and a photo competition will run too - enter your bunny pictures at £1 per entry.

Oh, and a rabbit costume competition will welcome entries. There are two categories: seven years and under, and eight to twelve year olds.

There will be plenty of fun and games for youngsters, lots more bargains in the pet shed and the chance to give some always welcome cuddles and affection to all the animals seeking new homes.

Sunday’s event costs just £2 per adult and accompanied ankle-biters go free.

All monies raised at the event, running between 1 and 3.30pm, will go to the welfare of animals in its care.