Adopt Me > Rabbits

Rabbits

Here are the rabbits that we currently have up for homing. If you do not spot the right match then please keep popping back as we have a constant flow of rabbits coming in for rehoming.

All rabbits are neutered, vaccinated against both myxomatosis and VHD and wormed. All have vet checks while in our care.

Due to rabbits being social animals we do prefer them to be homed in a pair or with an existing rabbit , this is beneficial to their welfare.

We do ask for rabbits to have living accommodation that allows them to be able to show their natural behaviour. We do not home to indoor cages which prevents this. Feel free to call us to discuss your accommodation set up and sizes. 

Hutches and runs should be attached, with constant access to both. The minimum living area should be 6 foot by 10 ft (dependent on rabbit size) It might sound large, but in reality this is only going to allow your rabbits 4 hops on average. 

 

Bailey

Bailey

Bailey is a 3 month old female lionhead x lop. She is a friendly girl who would need to be homed with a neutered male for company. She is spayed and microchipped


Bailey was brought into the sanctuary as the owner had too many rabbits to cope with.


RESERVED

More Details >

Kylo and Ren

Kylo and Ren

Details to come....

More Details >

Oreo

Oreo

Details to come....

More Details >

Oscar and Mervin

Oscar and Mervin

Oscar and Melvin are two young, male, English rabbits.


More details to come....

More Details >

Poppy and Baxter

Poppy and Baxter

Details to come....

More Details >

Pudding

Pudding

Pudding is a 5 year old, female, grey, Lionhead rabbit.


She will require regular grooming, due to her coat. Will need to be homed with another rabbit for company.


Came in due to the dog not liking rabbits.

More Details >

Rey and Finn

Rey and Finn

Details to come....

More Details >

Smirnoff

Smirnoff

Smirnoff is a 3 year old male Netherland Dwarf x.


He was brought into the sanctuary for not getting on with the other rabbit in the home. Smirnoff can be homed with a spayed, female but would need a long careful introduction.


 

More Details >