This adult and baby pair have been bonded at the rescue and are looking for a home together. Can you offer this friendly pair a home?
Guy is a long haired cuy who is 5 months old. He is a big breed and will need some hair maintenance. Buddy is also 5 months old and is short haired.
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?
Tony came to the rescue to find a home. He is 4 months old and is a lionlop. He does need some time and patience with his handling as he hasn’t been used to it. Have you got the understanding and patience to spend with this lovely lad?
Ozzy and Joey are a bonded pair of short haired boys. Ozzy is 18 months old and Joey is 6 weeks. Could you offer these friendly boys a home?
George and Freddie are looking for a newe home. George is a semi long haired male and Freddy is a teddy breed. We would love them to find a home very soon.
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.
This chunky swiss, Lolly, is 9 months old and is to be rehomed with her 9 week old baby, Carrie. They are very friendly and cuddly. Can you give these girls a home?
This gorgeous pair is adult and baby bonded. They will be rehomed together. They will be long haired and will need some hair maintenance by trimming and grooming.
Bumble is a short haired male who currently lives on his own. He is 5 months old and will be bonded with a baby.
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.
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.
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.
This gorgeous trio consists of two neutered males and a female – they are all very friendly and easy to handle. They have a strong bond and will be rehomed together to a large living environment. Have you got space to rehome?
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.