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PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE READ
AND CAN MEET ALL OUR ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS
BEFORE MAKING ANY ENQUIRES.
Please note that all bunnies on your premises must be up-to-date with BOTH myxo/vhd AND vhd2 vaccines. Proof of this is required.
Bunnies must always be kept in at least pairs and all must be neutered.
Our adoption fee is a minimum of £40 per bunny - all our rescues leave with both vaccines and are neutered.
Take a look at our lovely rabbits currently looking for their forever families...
Our website is updated weekly but feel free to email with any further questions once you’ve read our adoption requirements. Thank you :)
Sex: Male & Female Age: 3 years & 1 year Breed: dwarf lop
Arthur is 3 years old and is still a little shy so will need a while to settle in before we're able to learn about his personality. Ruby is just over 1 year and is a lovely natured bunny. These two make a wonderful bunny couple and are very fond of each other. Both are spayed/neutered and vaccinated. MUST BE REHOMED TOGETHER.
Sex: Male Age: 12 weeks Breed: Dwarf lop cross lion head
Chester is booked in for neuter on the 21/8/18. He is also having his front teeth removed due to misalignment. Chester will be looking for a home as soon as he has made a full recovery. Once all healed Chester will be able to eat as normal and will not require any special treatment.
Sex: Male Age: Approx. 3 years Breed: Double maine lion head
Neutered and had his front teeth removed. Vaccinated and available for rehoming now. Reggie is currently in foster but still up for adoption. He needs a child free indoor home with older or no children and experienced owners - along with a very clean female bunny. While in foster he’s grown in confidence. Once he trusts you he loves human attention. Will come and nudge you for a fuss and nudge you again if you stop. He’s a real sweetie!
Sex: Female Age: 6 years Breed: Large lionhead cross
Spayed and vaccinated.
Mildred has been one of our permanent residents since we opened nearly 5 years ago. Sadly she lost her pal last Christmas and since, we have been unable to re bond her. The hussel and bussel of rescue life is now proofing a little stressful so we are looking for a child free home for our Mildred. We have never had a rabbit re homed alone before, but Mildred just is not ready for a bunny friend , we hope in the future bonding may be an option. Mildred ideally needs to be outdoors with lots of space and daily interaction to prevent her from being lonely. She likes to sit and watch from a safe distance, with the odd head rub. Mildred really deserves the best, so please only contact us if your certain you can commit.
*PLEASE NOTE- all the rescues will now receive the VHD2 vaccine before leaving. This is not reflected in the very resonable adoption fee of £40, so if new owners can cover the costs of this vaccine we would be most grateful. Thank you*