Believe In Bunnies

106.1 BLI Plugged In To Long Island Interview

[August 8, 2019] Al Levine talks with Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group’s co-founder Mary Ann Maier and volunteer coordinator Denise Bertolotti about the work their organization does for domesticated rabbits. Listen Here…

Animal Rescue of the Week: Episode 39 – Long Island Rabbit Rescue Listen Here…

Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization on Long Island, New York. They make it their mission to rescue rabbits in need whether from abuse, neglect or abandonment. Along with showing them love and care they also give medical treatment as needed as well as spay or neuter them. Everyone involved with the rescue is dedicated to bringing attention to rabbits by educating the public on the special care and health needs of domestic rabbits so they can better care for their companions. Website: http://www.longislandrabbitrescue.org/

A teacher friend once said to me that July is like a month of Saturdays and August is like a month of Sundays. Now, that way of thinking only fits if you subscribe to the paradigm that Sundays are days that should be part relaxation and part dread for Monday and the week to come. I get it. I don’t completely relate but I get it. It’s easy to slip into the anxiety of watching the summer days dwindle off of the calendar, pressuring yourself to make the days count, having your own version of Costanza’s “Summer of George” (I can’t remember how that turned out for him, but judging by most of those Seinfeld follies, it was probably a fail and thus a poor example… but you get me). Read More…

But I get it, people love their pets. And I want to provide the best education, even when I don’t have all of the answers or first-hand experience. So I searched the community for a qualified person to contribute a post about essential oils and pets. Denise Bertolotti and Dr. Kristen Miller wrote this for me to bring a little insight about using essential oils with your beloved furry (or feathery, scaly, or hairy) companions. Read More…

Therapy Helped me Find my Wings - Coaching Helps me Use Them

I am unafraid to talk about my struggles, probably because I don’t view them as struggles, problems, hurdles or even speedbumps. They are just factors of or moments in my journey.

Do you perceive a hurdle in the distance and just stop running, for fear that you won’t clear it? READ MORE…

Despite the perceived ease of a rescue case, the impact is no less vital to the animal.  One rabbit, named Savannah, is an ever-important reminder of that. READ MORE…

Long Island Volunteer Writes of Bunny’s Rescue – Denise Bertolotti, a member of Long Island Rabbit Rescue, recently wrote an online article about the January rescue of a bunny named Savannah

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I thought Betsy’s rescue was basic. We received an email from a woman in a local town who had found a domestic rabbit hopping down her block. READ MORE…

Jacquie and a neighbor noticed a car pull up and toss a bag over the fence.They didn’t pay too much attention to it. But what hopped out of the bag got the attention of all of the neighbors. Read More…

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