Rabbits and Animal

The Orphanage is of the opinion that rabbits and dogs must never be left together unsupervised. Rabbits stress easily as they are prey animals, and the stress of being around a predator may cause a “flight” response, to which a dog, with its natural predator instinct, may give chase and a tragedy could result. Rabbits and Guinea pigs also should not be housed together. Find out why in our articles:

Rabbits and Dogs

Rabbit Runaway Orphanage has had many rabbits come into its care after the dog has been “playing” with the rabbit... sadly the rabbits have all died from their injuries.

Rabbits and Guinea Pigs

Why guinea pigs and rabbits should not be housed together? Rabbits and guinea pigs need different foods to meet their different dietary requirements...

CONTACT US

19 Stanley Street, Olinda

VIC 3788

Ph: 03 9751 1229

info@rabbitrunaway.org.au

Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage

ABN:  42 975 123 153

 

HOW TO FIND​ US

NORMAL OPENING HOURS

OPEN: Saturday  1pm to 4pm

OPEN: Sunday     1pm to 4pm

OPEN: weekdays by appointment

PARKING

Parking on the property is limited and we have a very steep drive with limited turning space. We would appreciate if you can please park near the Mt Dandenong Hotel, walk past the Vet, turn into Illoura St then left into Stanley St.  Our property is on the left, only a 5 minute walk.