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This is too serious to ignore.  Is this what we want (or our kids) to see on YouTube?  please use this fax (pdf) to let them know it’s NOT OKAY.

YouTube Fax

Thanks.  All loved rabbits and their humans everywhere appreciate your efforts.


Got an email from the author. Take a look! His contact info is below.

Bad Hare Days

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to tell you about a book I have written and had published on the controversial subject of live hare coursing in Ireland and the campaign to protect the Irish Hare. It’s called Bad Hare Days (published by Olympia Publishers of London) and in it I recount the ups and downs of campaigning on the issue over three decades.

In addition to exploring the nature of hare coursing from my own perspective as an animal protection campaigner, I also describe the social and psychological impact on campaigners of engaging in a difficult and tension-wrought campaign aimed at changing public opinion on this and other animal protection issues.

As I lack the resources to mount a huge promotional drive of the kind one associates with celebrity authors, I am doing what I can to “spread the word” about the book.

I’m not sure if it would be possible for you to mention the book on your website or in a newsletter. If not, I’d appreciate if perhaps you might tell someone about it. The “Bush Telegraph” can be most effective too!

If interested, you might like to read a review of the book and some further details at the following link:

John Fitzgerald
subject Book with hare and rabbit protection theme
Phone: 056 7725543
Lower Coyne Street, Callan, Co. Kilkenny,

Denver redux 1

Hello out there!! (cough) Have to compose myself between gasps of relief. (wheeze) It’s Denver!! I was your perennial offsite adoption bun!! I’m the handsome lad who was petted, cuddled, photographed, admired, brushed, and kissed by dozens of people. But…it was always…. had to check w significant other…….or the upcoming cruise….. the dog would be a problem….and meanwhile I lingered, trying to keep my spirits up….self-medicating with food….

My day has finally arrived and I’ve been adopted by one of the new RabbitMatch volunteers!! Thank you Nadinne and Mom!!! Oh happy day!!! No more rejection angst!!!!

Meanwhile the RabbitMatch moms had to get out the WD-40 and a crowbar to pry my photos and bio off the website. It’s true!! Totally rusted in!! Please don’t let that happen to them again!!!! My friend Bodicea is next in line. We’re both loaded with rabbitude. The other buns hope to see you soon!!! Lovingly, Denver.

Delphine 12

Our soft golden brown minirex girl went home today with Joan…

Yes, indeedy. Life is good.

Edgmont 1

Our Edgie was found roaming the streets by Joanne and brought to Rabbit Match two weeks ago. She ended up adopting him! He’s a handsome boy and a little charmer. ; )

Joanne didn’t have a chance!



Carmen’s 2nd birthday.  Inge’s a great bunny mom (as you can see…).


carmen-2Happy birthday, Carmen!


Thanks so much for bringing us this fluffy bundle of joy! He’s been doing very well here his first week. He’s already made friends with our cats. One has particularly fallen in love with him and they play and cuddle all day long! So sweet! They run around the house and hide under the dining room table and hang out in Belvedere’s house. Muffers is even trying to eat the hay and veggies he sees his buddy eating. I’m afraid my cat might become a vegetarian!


Belvedere is also the biggest cuddle bunny I’ve ever seen. When we’re sitting on the couch he just jumps right up and settles in to one of our laps for cuddles and pets. He even grooms us back sometimes to show his appreciation.

I attached a couple of pictures of Belvedere with his new buddy Muffers and me. Hope you like them!

Thanks again! Emma

–>  Yay, Emma! We love our adopters! <–


*sniff*  *sob* Heddo Los Angeles, it’s Sonatina *honk* sorry, I need to blow my  *honk* li’dl nose….*honk*  Can you believe that cad Krugman??  Eloped with a blonde and left me behind!!!!  Well, I’ve been brave but I know all my fans out there will *honk* understand that rejection can shatter  a tender heart. The sacrifices I made!! The devotion!!  The promises!!! *honk*

Well, I managed to pull myself together and be adopted by the very next family that came to RabbitMatch.  Now I have a lovely home and humans who think I’m the bees knees!!  Perserveringly yours, Sonatina, the  most gorgeous  ever choco-girl.

Ppppsssstttt!!  hey, over here, behind the door!!  I’m being adopted and I wanted to say good-bye but this is complicated.  See, Bunny Diana the golden harlequin girl returned with her human with marriage on her mind.

Ssshhhh!!! Well, we had flirted a bit when she was here and I had no idea I would miss her so much. I thought I’d never see her again and meanwhile that stunning choco-bungirl, Sonatina, joined RabbitMatch and well, she was almost stalking me.   Her devotion was touching but I really  do prefer blondes!! Oh, drama!! Oh love lost and found!!

Oooohhh!!  The carrier with Diana is here, ready to scoop me up.  Gotta go!!  I know Sonatina will get over losing me.  Either Denver or Eastwood would make good husbuns for her.  Come  visit!! Pet her, tell her she’s beautiful and the only way to go is FORWARD.

With a wave of the bunnypaw, Krugman.


Baahhhaayyyyyyy!!  It’s me, Nightsong, binkying out the door!!  I’ve been adopted!!  I learned from my previous experience with visitors that humans just aren’t hardwired to appreciate the ultimate gift a bunnyboy can give, namely a bouquet from the little  firehose.  So I restrained myself this time  to just runing around a lot with my tail in the air and giving bunny kisses on the ankles.

If you’re kicking yourself because you didn’t come see me and chinchilla bunnies are your very  favorite, despair not!!  Bodicea, and Ailin both with a  nice white collar interest are still waiting for you.  Joyful bunny adoptions to all!!   Nightsong.


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