Please note that we do not rehome single rabbits to live on their own.

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Thumper & Buck (2.5 years old)

  • Sex: M
  • Colour: Brown
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: January 2018/li>
  • Breed: Mini Lops
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: Booked
  • Vax RHD2: Booked
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: DRH
  • This adorable and loving pair of boys are looking for a new home together. Through no fault of their own, they have already had two homes in their short life, so this one must be their forever home. They will need lots of space to explore and be given a good diet with plenty of hay . . . and of course lots of love. Can you offer this super handsome pair of boys a new start in life?


I’m interested in Thumper & Buck

Snowy and Sparkle (3 years old)

  • Sex: Female
  • Colour: Grey, brown & black
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: 2017
  • Breed: Domestic
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: Booked
  • Vax RHD2: Booked
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: CB
  • Snowy (grey) and Sparkle (brown & black) came into rescue because their family got a puppy and didn’t have time for them. They were overweight and their diet was not good judging by their droppings. They were also terrified at being handled. Life has turned around since they came into rescue. They now have space to run around (they were kept in an indoor cage) and they are loving having room to run and play. They are slowly getting more confident with their fosterer and starting to eat hay. Their new owner will need to continue this positive diet. Could you offer them a home?
  • I’m interested in Snowy and Sparkle

Panda & Badger (approx 1 year old)

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black & white
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth:2019
  • Breed: Dutch
  • Vax MyxoRHDPlus: 8.7.20
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: DY
  • Panda and Badger are black and white small to medium sized Dutch rabbits. They have come into rescue with 16 other relatives after an accidental breeding situation. They are a friendly pair of boys and would love a home together with lots of space to explore. Could you give them a home?

I’m interested in adopting Panda & Badger

Daisy & Poppy (5 years old)

  • Sex: F
  • Colour: Brown. White.
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth:March 2015
  • Breed: Lionhead Cross
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: Yes
  • Vax RHD2: 2.7.20
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: KH
  • Daisy and Poppy are a delightful pair of 5 year old 3 month old lionhead cross breed rabbits who have always lived together and get on very well. Daisy is white and Poppy is brown. Both girls are very calm and placid, having lived for most of their lives as indoor rabbits. They have been seen by our vet to be vaccinated and health checked. Poppy is blind in both eyes but this does not seem to affect her and she copes brilliantly with her disability. The girls will be spayed before rehoming. Would you like them?


I’m interested in adopting Poppy & Daisy

Nessie (age 3 years)

  • Sex: Female
  • Colour: Ginger
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: 2017
  • Breed: Medium
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: 12.3.20
  • Vax RHD2: 12.3.20
  • Status: VIEWING BOOKED
  • Fostered by: JM
  • Nessie is a very friendly, interactive rabbit who will make a wonderful companion for a single male rabbit. She’s a pet shop girl who has been passed from one home to another, so we really need her next home to be her forever one. Nessie is a very sweet, medium to large rabbit. She will need a large area to live in with room to explore and exercise, and a good diet including lots of hay. She also loves her time in the garden so if adopted as a house rabbit you will also need to be able to provide some supervised outdoor time. Do you have a single male rabbit she could live with?


I’m interested in adopting Nessie

Dorney (age approx 2 years)

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Fawn
  • Neutered: June 20
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: approx 2018
  • Breed: Small Breed
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: 12.7.20
  • Vax RHD2: 12.7.20
  • Status: RESERVED
  • Fostered by: CB
  • RESERVED PENDING A SUCCESSFUL BONDING – Dorney has suffered bad luck and good luck. First, he was dumped in woodland to fend for himself. But the good part was that he was spotted and a team of volunteers went out to find him and catch him! So Dorney was saved from predators such as foxes and dogs and is now safe and loved in rescue. He had an old ear injury and fleas, but we’ve treated them. He’s also been castrated and is waiting for a vaccination appointment. Do you have a neutered female looking for a male companion?


I’m interested in adopting Dorney

Rocky & Peanut (18 months old)

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black & White
  • Neutered: 4.7.20
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: October 2018
  • Breed: Dutch
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: 17.7.20
  • Vax RHD2: 17.7.20
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: CB
  • Rocky & Peanut are adorable brothers who are looking for their new forever home together. We will get them neutered and vaccinated before they can be adopted. They are friendly, lively little boys and will need large accommodation with plenty of space to express natural bunny behaviour. Can you offer these boys a new start in life?


I’m interested in Rocky & Peanut

Clodagh and Adam (8 months old)

  • Sex: FM
  • Colour: Mixed
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Suitable for: All
  • Date of birth: 29.11.19
  • Breed: Domestic
  • Vax Myxo/VHD1: 10.2.20
  • Vax RHD2: 10.2.20
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: FP
  • This adorable brother and sister came into rescue as a result of accidental breeding. Clodagh (on the right) is a lighter colour with faint black stripes across her back, and Adam (on the left) has a black splodge above his eye. They are super cute, fun little bunnies with very different personalities. Adam is quite a chunk and enjoys his food and likes to sunbathe. Clodagh is quiet and a bit nervous, but is much cleverer at finding the treats and working out a route through her play tunnel. They both like being stroked gently, but as with most rabbits, they don’t like being cuddled and will try to jump from your arms which is dangerous. We are rehoming them as a pair. Could you offer them a home?


I’m interested in Clodagh and Adam