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Volunteers needed to transport, groom, play with, and foster bunnies.  Please contact BWF if you have time to spare for the bunnies!

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Please sign up to be a foster and help us socialize our buns so they can get proper homes!  

Sponsor a Bunny! 

Donate directly to a specific bun on Petfinder! Just click on the bunny you want to sponsor and click the "Sponsor Me" button.

Support Through Advocacy

ANIMALS ARE DYING AT SANTEE ALLEY! Please help us combat animal cruelty in the Los Angeles Fashion District.

Friday
Aug302013

Urgent Help Needed with Medical Bills  

  

Dear BWF Supporters,

URGENT HELP IS NEEDED WITH BWF MEDICAL BILLS & SPAY/NEUTER SURGERIES. DIRECT DONATIONS TO THE VET ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE & MOST APPRECIATED.

Bunny World Foundation (BWF) is an ALL-VOLUNTEER, NON-PROFIT 501(c)3 animal welfare organization with 150 volunteers/fosters working around the clock to save lives of Santee Alley (LA Fashion District) babies. Our volunteers are funding the care of their own fosters, providing supplies, and often paying for the surgeries and medical bills. BWF has NO staff. All of us have full-time jobs and are doing our very best to help the little ones. But our VET BILLS are piling up again and we need your help TODAY! 

Please consider donating DIRECTLY TO ANY OF THE VETS LISTED BELOW or donate to BWF directly.  The Santee Alley babies need you…

DIRECT TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS via Givezooks or Paypal

 

DONATIONS TO BWF VETS:

All Pets Medical Center (818) 883-2600

Northwood Animal Hospital (949) 559-1992

Additional Spay/Neuter Surgeries & Molar Trims

NB: will only accept $100+ over the phone

Exotic Animal Care Center (626) 405-1777

San Roque Pet Hospital (805) 682-2647 

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Friday
Mar012013

Bunnies on a mission to save the world, one human at a time! ~ The Bunny Lady (BWF)  

BWF LATEST ON-AIR EFFORTS


102.7 KIIS FM / 570 KLAC AM / 98.7 KYSR FM - Community Council 3.3.13

89.3 KPCC - Bunny 'Foster Care' Aims to Protect our Easter Icon

KSWD / 100.3FM The Sound - Stop Animal Cruelty!

Saturday
Feb162013

BWF Featured on NBC4, Investigation: Trafficking Sick Bunnies - 2013 Genesis Awards Winner

Thank you to all who supported us thus far! BWF has taken in almost 3000 un-weaned baby bunnies from Santee Alley since June 2008. We have an open door to the community and are eager to assist all unaware buyers who are lured into buying unweaned baby animals that in most cases die within a few days of purchase as they are not old enough make it without mother’s milk.  Please DO NOT buy these bunnies. They are NOT "dwarfs!" They are only BABIES and need MILK in order to survive!  Please help us keep up the good fight!

Here is the link to NBC4 I-TEAM VIDEO featuring Investigation Part 1: Bunny Traffickers Accused of Misleading Shoppers With Sickly Animals; and another link to NBC4 I-TEAM VIDEO featuring Investigation Part 2: Laws Meant to Curtail Illegal Sale of Bunnies Not Widely Known, Enforced

GENESIS AWARDS 2013 as reported by Los Angeles Times

Santee Alley Baby Bunnies *WON* the Genesis Award at the Humane Society of the United States!  Thank you Ana Garcia and Robbi Peele at NBC LA  for re-establishing our fate in Investigative Journalism. For those who have missed the EIGHT piece investigation by Ana Garcia Team, please visit NBC LA Investigations and watch the illegal animal traffickers in action.

Unfortunately, illegal sale / purchase of animals in Santee Alley & Los Angeles Fashion District against city and state ordinances continue. For more info about Ordinance No. 181851 & SB 917 (LIEU), please visit BWF Advocacy page  and send a letter to those who have the power to enforce the very ordinances that they established.

Friday
Feb152013

BWF Featured on KABC-TV Eyewitness News and Nominated for a Genesis Award!

Rabbits suffer animal cruelty on black market

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This piece was nominated for a Genesis Award in 2011 in the News Feature Category!

Thursday
Feb142013

BWF Featured on KTLA News