Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD) is caused by a virus that is able to survive for long periods in the environment. Wild rabbits can act as a reservoir of infection. The disease is spread by direct contact with infected rabbits or their bodily fluids or faeces. It can also be spread through the faeces of animals that eat the carcases of rabbits that have died from RHD (crows, foxes, flies). Humans that have handled infected rabbits or objects that been in contact with the rabbit (cages, carriers food or water bowls) could also be sources of infection. More information is available at https://www.harcourt-brown.co.uk/articles/infectious-disease/rabbit-haemorrhagic-disease. In order to find out more about the way that domestic rabbits have caught the disease, please help by filling in this questionnaire if you have lost a rabbit to RHD or RHD2. The results of the survey will be displayed on Frances Harcourt-Brown's website.