Cute, cuddly Candy

APPEAL Laura Relf with Candy, one of the rabbits which the Stubbington Ark is unable to rehome.     Picture: Steve Reid''(111009-996)
APPEAL Laura Relf with Candy, one of the rabbits which the Stubbington Ark is unable to rehome. Picture: Steve Reid''(111009-996)
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SHE may be cute and cuddly, but Candy the rabbit is desperate for a new home.

Since arriving at the Stubbington Ark animal shelter shortly before Christmas when she was brought in by an inspector, no-one has wanted to give the rabbit a home.

Kimberley Ross, from the Ark, said: ‘She’s being housed with a male rabbit called Cane now and they’re getting on well, but she loves lots of cuddles and attention. We’ve always got lots of rabbits in and we prefer to rehome them in pairs.’

The Ark, in Ranvilles Lane, Stubbington, can have more than 600 animals in at any time and needs to spend more than £2,000 a day to stay open.

Anyone interested in adopting should contact (01329) 667541.