What you can do

Booklets:

Companies that

test on animals.

School guide on animals test.

  • You can read our material and make sure that you are an informed rabbit owner.

  • You can also help distribute the printed material as an volunteer (at no cost to you) - please get involved:

    • Look in your area where the brochures can be placed - do you have a local library, a veterinary clinic or pet shop in your area perhaps?

    • Parents love buying rabbits for children - so ask the school headmaster or headmistress if you can make some brochures available at the school.

    • Simply contact us and we will send you some brochures (at no cost to you) to make available at the venues you identified.

  • You can be on the lookout for other rabbit owners and introduce them to RabbitCare South AFrica and the RCSA educational material.

  • You can download and distribute this free booklets (on the left here) that explains animal experimentation and in so doing help rabbits (and other animals) in general.

  • You can promote the use of products that are not tested on animals and in so doing help rabbits (and other animals) in general.

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