Our current selection of rabbits available:
1. The website is updated as often as possible, but all the information about an animal is subject to (often sudden) change due to factors such as - for example - reservation, behaviour of the animal and medical assessments. To avoid disappointment it is always best to check on the availability of an animal (by phone) before visiting the centre .
2. It would be a great help if you did NOT enquire about animals labelled “RESERVED”. Should the rehoming not go ahead the “RESERVED” label will be removed. If you are particularly interested in a reserved animal keep watching the website.
N.B. For a pair of rabbits the hutch requirements are 6ft x 3ft x 2ft 6in with a run of the same size. Rabbits are often neglected by being just left in their hutches. This is why we are trying to raise the standards of their accommodation.
To find out more about the care of rabbits please see the RSPCA leaflet " CARE of RABBITS " page
Colin is a cheeky, independent little man. He enjoys bopping around his enclosure and playing hide and seek in his tunnels.
Colin would make a loving addition to any family and would very much like to be paired with a neutered female rabbit.
ANNE - 1 year old female Domestic rabbit
Anne came into the centre after not having the best start in life. She is only a year old and would like to be shown what love really is. As this cutie is still very young, she will need lots of space to run around and explore. Could you offer Anne the loving home so desperately deserves?
Anne would like a new home with a neutered male rabbit companion and she could also live with primary school age children who she can make friends with.
KATHY - 1 year old female Domestic rabbit
Kathy came into the centre after not having the best start in life. She is a lively one year old rabbit who is looking for lots of space to run around in. Kathy is now hoping for a home that can show her lots of love and care.
Kathy is really looking forward to enjoying some exciting adventures in her new forever home with a neutered male rabbit companion.
She could also live with primary school age children who she could make friends with.