Camp Nibble - rabbit and rodent rescue shelter

Camp Nibble - rabbit and rodent rescue shelter

Charity information

Camp Nibble - rabbit and rodent rescue shelter

We give abandoned and neglected small animals a second chance providing them with veterinary care, rehabilitation and either sanctuary or a new loving home.

Founded 2009

  • Mission statement

    Based in Leeds, West Yorkshire Camp Nibble is a rabbit and rodent rescue and re-homing shelter. The charity gives abandoned and neglected small animals a second chance providing them with veterinary care, rehabilitation and either sanctuary or a new loving home. Camp Nibble is run on a purely voluntary basis with no paid employees. It relies entirely on public donations in order to continue helping animals in need.

    Along side their rescue work Camp Nibble aim to educate the public on responsible pet ownership and promote the advancement of animal welfare wherever the opportunity arises.

    Please support our work by SIGNING and SHARING our petition to improve the lives of the UK's pet rabbits: http://www. Campnibble. Com/petition. Html Thank you.

  • Aims

    Camp Nibble - rabbit and rodent rescue shelter aims to:

    • Our primary aim is to re-home all animals in our care to carefully vetted, loving homes after they have received appropriate veterinary care and rehabilitation.
    • We aim to educate the public on the proper care of small animals wherever the opportunity arises.
  • Overview

    Established: November 2009

    Registered Charity Number: 1137407

    Board members: 5

    Volunteers: 5

    Phone number: 07800539448

    Address: Please contact for address. LS17 7HY

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • Rabbit Welfare & Re-homing.

    At Camp Nibble we aim to improve the welfare of rabbits and assist members of the communit... More
  • Ongoing neutering and vaccination project 2012

    This project aims to ensure that every rabbit arriving at Camp Nibble can be neutered and ... More
  • Rabbit Awareness Project

    Rabbits have been identified as the most neglected pet in the UK. We aim to educate existi... More
  • Extension of our outdoor rabbit rescue facilities.

    We need to improve and extend our outdoor facilities for rescue rabbits awaiting re-homing... More