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!
Stumps is a four month old male who has come to the rescue to get a new home. He doesn’t like being picked up, so will need a new owner who doesn’t mind a rabbit with lots of attitude!
Annie is a twelve month old female rabbit who has come to the rescue to look for a new home. She can be quite dominant at times, but really loves attention. Could you give this little girl a forever, loving home?
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.
Monkey is a medium-sized male rabbit who has come to the rescue after his owner no longer wanted him. He will need lots of petting, as he has not had much handling previously, and so will need time to develop into family pet. He is around 9 months old.
Henry is a two year old male house rabbit who has came to the rescue with his friend, Joe, after his owners circumstances changed. He is litter trained, neutered and vaccinated, and used to living indoors although he is currently residing outdoors. He is very playful and loves his toys! Although he came to the rescue with Joe, they do not live together and will be re-homed separately.
Jilly is a two year old, long-haired female, who is very fluffy. As a little lady with attitude, she loves her own company and absolutely refuses to live with any other guineas. Could you give this girl her forever home?
Joe is a two year old male house rabbit who has came to the rescue with his friend, Henry, after his owners circumstances changed. He is litter trained, neutered and vaccinated, and used to living indoors although he is currently residing outdoors. He is very playful and loves his toys! Although he came to the rescue with Joe, they do not live together and will be re-homed separately.
Lucy and Annie are two sisters who have come to the rescue as their owners circumstances have changed. They are both used to lots of attention and will be held very easily, making them easy pets for children. Could you give these lovely girls a loving home?
Tom is a one-year old, medium sized rabbit with extremely cute looks to hide what a cheeky male he is! He will need a home with a secure garden, as he is used to running around and back into his cage when you try to pick him up. Could you give this little chap a loving home?
Harry has come to the rescue after his owner no longer wanted to keep him. He is a very cheeky rabbit who has been allowed to do what he wants, so he would rather run around than be held. He loves his greens, hay and pellets, and loves playing with toys, but can destroy them very quickly. Could you give this cheeky little chap a loving home?
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?
Suzy and Trudy are two female guineas who have come to the rescue to be re-homed after their family could no longer keep them. Suzy is long-haired, so will need trimming and grooming. Both have been well handled by children and are very friendly. Could you give them the loving home they’d like?
Undue stress can severely affect the health and well-being of the small animals in our care.
For this reason, and owing to the unfortunate misbehaviour of a small minority of children visiting the centre with their parents, we must insist that accompanying children are quiet and well-behaved at all times.
In the rare case that it is necessary, we reserve the right to request families to leave if children do not respect the animals they have come to see.