Animals Available

Gingerbread

Gingerbread is looking for love. This gorgeous 11 month old buck is used to being very spoilt with a large set up with his previous owner. Sadly one of his previous owners was allergic to him and despite trying everything nothing changed. He is neutered and fully vaccinated. He’s always lived on his own but like most rabbits they thrive with company of their own kind, once the right match has been found. If you have a spayed doe who’s looking for a husbun then please get in contact with us. 

George and Millie

Little and large!! We have another pair of bonded rabbits 🙂 George (1 year old) and Millie (10 months) are a bonded vaccinated neutered pair. This pair aren’t suitable with children. Both are hutch and food territorial. They would suit a large free range set up as Millie can be quite destructive with her accommodation. Please don’t be put off by both being territorial as they are both such characters.

Beau and Thumper

Beau and Thumper are looking for their new home. This neutered and vaccinated pair are our latest rabbits to be bonded here at the rescue. Beau went on a bonding trial but unfortunately wasn’t successful. Beau is a 3 year old lionhead and Thumper is a 4 year old dwarf lop. Thumper sure loves the camera!

Rosie and Robbie

Rosie (3) and Robbie (2) are bonded companions. Both are spayed, neutered and vaccinated. Rosie is a lop and Robbie is a lion lop. They are looking for a home where they will have lots of exercise space.

Scruffy and Dusty

Scruffy and Dusty are 2 year old boar companions. The boys are used to living outside and both like being handled.

Teddy

Just had to use this pic of this gorgeous boy who’s looking for his new home. Teddy is a Netherland Dwarf who’s neutered and fully vaccinated. His 2nd birthday is in just a few weeks time. Due to previous dental issues Teddy has had his front teeth removed, but he’s learnt to adjust and has adapted very well. Teddy has only ever lived as a house rabbit and will only be rehomed as a house rabbit. Do you have a lonely spayed doe who needs company?

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