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#448929 - 2nd Dec 2010 1:53pm Rabbits abandoned poulton road!
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Surprise for Wirral pet shop owner as he finds rabbits abandoned in hutches
4:20pm Tuesday 30th November 2010

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Three rabbits have been abandoned in hutches which were for Sale outside a Wallasey pet shop.

Staff at the Aquatic and Reptile Centre on Poulton Road discovered the surprise additions when they went to bring the hutches in at around 5.30pm last Tuesday.

The animals were underweight, one had just three legs and another had a bad mite infestation.

The RSPCA was called by the pet shop owner Paul Wren. He said: “I couldn’t believe it when the staff came in and said they’d found three rabbits in the hutches.

" It was quite a cold day so we brought them straight inside and got them warmed up and fed and watered. It’s terrible that anyone would abandon them like this.”

The rabbits were taken to a local veterinary practice to be examined and treated. One was very underweight and will have been caused to suffer as a result.

RSPCA inspector Andy Harris said: “This is the first time I’ve ever heard of an animal being abandoned in this way.

“It sounds comical but it’s no laughing matter really. All owners have a responsibility to meet the needs of the animals in there care which includes finding them a new and appropriate home should the need arise.

Simply dumping them is unacceptable.”

None were micro-chipped so at the moment the RSPCA has no way of tracing their owner.

Anyone who thinks they can help should call the RSPCA on the 24-hour cruelty line 0300 1234 999 and ask to leave a message for him.

All are now in the care of RSPCA Wirral & Chester Branch Animal Centre where they’ll stay until they’re well enough for new homes to be sought.

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#448935 - 2nd Dec 2010 1:58pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: _Ste_]
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#448999 - 2nd Dec 2010 5:19pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: RUDEBOX]
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#449014 - 2nd Dec 2010 6:12pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: sparky]
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At least the person dumped the rabbits in a place so they could be found.

And not down a jigger to freeze to death.
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#449054 - 2nd Dec 2010 8:21pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: kimpri]
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#449056 - 2nd Dec 2010 8:31pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: _Ste_]
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What's a jigger?
an ennog mate?
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#449066 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:07pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: kimpri]
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What!!! You don't know what a jigger is???

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#449067 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:09pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: Bezzymate]
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He obviously had girlfriends with their own place.
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#449069 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:12pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: bert1]
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#449077 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:19pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: Bezzymate]
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#449081 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:29pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: _Ste_]
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#449083 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:31pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: _Ste_]
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I blame the building of the council estates for the demise of the Jigger. these young ones dont know what they have missed by no knee trembler against the back entry wall. run rabit run rabit run run run.
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#449085 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:37pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: jimbob]
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Knee trembler and back entry should not be used in the same sentence Jimbob.
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#449090 - 2nd Dec 2010 9:46pm Re: Rabbits abandoned poulton road! [Re: bert1]
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Bert, back entry was not a knee trmbler, if you get the meaning, which i am sure you do
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