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The Rabbit Watch Association (Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Królikom) is the only one in Poland that takes care of homeless rabbits. Every month, Krakvet (a pet-shop) organises a competition in which associations, shelters, etc can win money for pet food and accessories. Unfortunately, rabbits are treated as animals of the worse kind which do not recquire help. Some claim that we should feed wheat to rabbits, because its cheap. As a result, cat and dog lovers ganged up against us and in November they are voting for an organisation that helps dogs and next month they are going to vote for the one that helps cats. We don't stand a chance of winning, so we really need Your help.
All you have to do is to register on: http://www.krakvet.pl/forum/viewtop...mp;t=14300
You need to click on: "zarejestruj się", which is on the right, then You can chose the English language and everything should be clear.
When You confirm the registration (you'll receive email) You need to go to: http://www.krakvet.pl/forum/viewtop...4399 again
If You have any questions, do not hesiate to ask.
I would like to introduce to You a couple of rabbits that were rescued by the Rabbit Watch Association.
This is Michalina. She had her leg amputated, because her previous owner did not take proper care of her when she broke her leg:
This is Americus. He was all skin and bones because someone was too lazy to feed him:
And this is Alfred. He was found by a busy street. It turned out that there is abscess underneath his eye which has to be removed, probably together with his eye.
And this is Cappucino. He/she is 4 or 5 weeks old and was rescued from a pet shop. Cappucino suffers from bronchitis.
Ok. Here it is:
"Wybierz zwierzęta żyjące w Polsce" - You should choose: żubr, sarna, foka, koń