Appeal for mystery donor to come forward

PUBLISHED: 12:06 05 April 2013 | UPDATED: 12:06 05 April 2013

Caroline Collings with her rabbit's

Caroline Collings with her rabbit's


AN ANIMAL charity is appealing for a mystery donor who donated £100 following an article in the Crow last wee, to come forward.

Caroline Collings, who founded the Rabbit Residence in Great Chishill, was surprised when an envelope containing the money landed on her doormat.

It does not say who it is from, but Caroline believes it was sent by a Crow reader, following an article in last week’s paper about the sanctuary winning an award.

She wants whoever it was to come forward so she can thank them properly.

“Maybe they don’t want us to know who they are, but it’s a lot of money and I can definitely tell it’s because of the article,” she said.

“They’re not ready yet, but we’ve got to beautiful bunnies called Hocus and Pocus, and the money can go towards their neutering.”

Do you know who the mystery donor is or, better still, is it you? Contact the Crow by emailing or calling 01438 866200.


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