Walking 1K a day

(for all of May)

Walking 1K a day
£10.00 donated
+£2.50 Gift Aid = £12.50
32% of £31.00 goal

Isobel’s story

I was walking regularly until the start of lockdown last year, and kept it up at the start, but due to having to spend time caring for our sick rabbit Popple last May and June, I haven't picked it up again.

Now with vaccines on the horizon I'm really out of condition, and I'd like to get back into walking regularly - but I need a goal.

So I'm fundraising for the rescue that we adopted all of our rabbits from, and who helped bond our current pair (Putter and Lilac) after Popple passed away.

I'm planning to walk at least 1km a day, to get back into fitness.

Whether or not anyone else donates, I'd like to put a pound a day towards the Rabbit Residence for all of May. :)


The banner image is by Susan Stienstra at https://www.flickr.com/photos/19882095@N02/4314727527/ and has been cropped for display.

All funds raised will be passed to the charity irrespective of whether my target is reached, not reached or exceeded.

19.22 miles
100 %
Distance goal: 19 Miles

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Chosen charity


Rabbit Residence Rescue

The Rabbit Residence Rescue is located on the Herts/Cambs boarders and rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes over 150 unwanted or neglected pet rabbits each year. We care for approximately 100 rabbits at any given time, making us one of the largest rabbit specific rescues in the UK.

We also provide sanctuary to rabbits that are unable to be rehomed due to health or behavioural issues. Some of which are able to be sponsored via our sponsor scheme.

Rabbit Residence ensures that each rabbit receives an individual diet and care plan, a spacious enclosure, often exceeding RWAF and PDSA requirements and varied enrichment as we aim to provide our rabbits with a life as close to the one they would receive in a forever home as possible during their stay with us.

The rescue rehomes nationwide and all of our rabbits are neutered and fully vaccinated prior to rehoming and will have undergone health and behavioural assessments to ensure we are able to match them with the most suitable home. All homes must meet or exceed the minimum space requirements of a 3 metres by 2 metres predator proof space that is at least 1 metre tall as recommended by the Rabbit Welfare Association and PDSA.

We offer a holiday boarding service for pet rabbits, a bonding service for your single rabbit if you adopt from us and free advice on diet and health care.

Rabbit Residence Rescue promotes positive rabbit welfare via our social media accounts and through our work with other rescues and sanctuaries to help ensure that the UK's pet rabbits have a brighter future.

Rabbit Residence Rescue is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity number 1148016​. Company no7871810.

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Official event

Rabbit Residence - Miles Better

Walk, run, cycle, swim or hop to raise vital funds to help the Rabbit Residence Rescue bunnies

The charity rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes over 150 unwanted or neglected pet rabbits each year. We also provide sanctuary to those who can not be rehomed due to health or behavioural issues

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Rabbit Residence - Miles Better
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