Camp Nibble is a rabbit and rodent rescue charity run by us (Hannah and Stephen) from our own home, and the homes of our trusted fosterers. The shelter is run on an entirely voluntary basis with no paid employees.
We consider our own pets to be family members. Therefore, we find it unbearable to imagine that other small animals are living in conditions in which they are scared, neglected and unloved. There are currently thousands of unwanted animals in the UK competing for a very limited number of available rescue spaces. We are also here to help in genuine cases where caring owners are sadly unable to continue caring for their much loved pets.
We are passionate about animal welfare in general. However, rabbit welfare has become the focus of Camp Nibble as a charity. This is simply because in the UK rabbits have been identified as the most neglected and cruelly treated pet and are in desperate need of support. We are extremely proud to have Frances Harcourt-Brown the UK's first and only recognised rabbit specialist vet as our charity patron. Along side helping rabbits we also try and help rodents, tortoises and some bird species wherever possible.
If you would like to join us in helping small animals in need please click here for the many ways in which you can help support Camp Nibble.
Our rabbit awareness video 'Something has to change'
Camp Nibble is run on an entirely voluntary basis from our own home. Therefore, adoptions and animal surrenders are strictly by appointment only between 10am - 6pm, Please contact us if you would like to arrange to visit.
Camp Nibble (reg. charity number 1137407) - Based in Leeds, West Yorkshire the focus of our charity is rabbit welfare. We educate the public on the proper care of rabbits and help abandoned and neglected rabbits / bunnies in need. We also help on a smaller scale: guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, degus, rats, mice, tortoises & some bird/poultry species.