Breeding money like rabbits
When she decided the school pets could do with a new open-plan zoo area to live in, she started them breeding on purpose, and after four healthy litters has raised Pounds 300. It's paid for an extensive 4ft fence, and provided plants for the school pond. Roger was killed by a dog, then replaced by Flash, who failed to live up to his name, but black rabbit, Wrighty, lent by a pupil, is now doing the business. He'll be performing in a new fundraising drive next spring.
"We've created bunny heaven," says Zoe Nicholdson. "And instead of children gathering round a hutch they can now sit on the floor and the rabbits and guinea pigs can run over them. We couldn't have done any of it without the rabbits' help."