Nigel is a male rabbit who has now been at the rescue for many months. Because he has stand up ears, he is overlooked for other rabbits with lop ears. He is about 10 months old and has spent most of his life with us at the rescue. He is reluctant to be held but will allow it if he is in the right mood. Could you this lovely boy a loving home?
These baby boys, of various ages and breeds are looking for new homes – can you help?
Peter, Pan, Treacle and Toffee are 10 weeks old. They will be rehomed in black and white pairs. They currently live together, however will be split into pairs soon.
Bert is a 2 year old male rabbit who came to the rescue with his female wife and babies after they were no longer wanted for breeding. He is a very well behaved rabbit, but likes to be the boss and give you a run round while you are trying to get him back in his cage!
Rolo is a satin mini lop with amazing blue eyes! He is very friendly, and loves lots of fuss and attention. Have you a home for Rolo, where he can enjoy lots of space?
Herbie is a young male rabbit who is about 6 months old. He is very curious and strong willed, and prefers to run around rather than being held. He will ideally need a secure garden so that he can enjoy playing and exploring his environment.
Snowy and Spike are an adult and baby pair who have been bonded at the rescue. They are looking for a home together where they will recieve lots of attention.
Alice is a 9 months old female rabbit who has come to the rescue as her owner was allergic. On Alice’s arrival at the rescue we discovered that she has bad teeth which are some of the worst that we have seen owing to frequent clipping. Once we have enough funds, we will have to have these removed. She is a very friendly rabbit and really loves her cuddles – could you give this little girl her forever home?
This is Lenny and Benny who are 1 year old. They are very friendly and used to handling. They are short haired and require minimal grooming.
Jane is a young adult who has had a litter and is now looking for a home of her own. Her babies are also looking for a home too. She is very friendly and would be able to bond with a neutered male.
Please note that there is an adoption fee and paperwork to complete before taking your new friend(s) home. The adoption fee is not for profit and helps to keep the rescue running by contributing to the costs of shelter, feeding and essential veterinary care for the rescue rabbits and guinea pigs, many of whom need treatment on arrival and while at the shelter.