All of our rabbits are neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and flea treated. Our animals are moving in and out of our care on a daily basis, as such the featured animals on these pages do not necessarily represent the full extent of animals in our care and sometimes we are unable to post some of our animals online.
Please note that we do not house or rehome rabbits and guinea pigs together.
Rabbits need much more than a hutch and a run. Your new rabbits will need enrichment and stimulation, with an environment where they can display natural behaviours. They must have constant access to a minimum floor area of 3 metres by 2 metres and a height of 1 metre. Outdoor housing must be predator proof. These guidelines are the minimum space you are expected to provide. The more space your rabbits have, the happier and healthier they will be.
Rabbits are social creatures and will be rehomed in pairs or groups, or to be bonded with a single lonely partner (must be neutered).
We request a minimum donation of £55 for each rabbit, which goes towards our costs.
Please press the link below to learn about rabbit care, including minimum size recommendations, enrichment and more:
Or if you'd prefer to print out our form and fill it out by hand, below is a link to our PDF version of the Perfect Match Form. Once filled out please send it to:
Or by post to: RSPCA Worcester & Mid-Worcestershire Branch, The Holdings, Holdings Lane, Kempsey WR5 3FP
This stunning boy is Cowrie.
He came into our care with his brothers after Mum, a domestic bunny, escaped and mated with a wild rabbit, leaving her owners with an unexpected litter which they were unable to cope with (a stark reminder of the importance of neutering your rabbits).
Cowrie is now 1 year old, and although we had hoped he and his brothers could have been paired off for rehoming together, as soon as they reached adolescence they started to fight, which is sadly extremely common with same-sex rabbit pairings.
Now Cowrie is looking for a home with a female bunny with whom he can be bonded.
He is a confident and outgoing little man who loves to run around outside of his pen. He isn't too keen on being picked up, but as long as you are happy to be "hands off" he is quite comfortable to enjoy human company, and once you gain his trust, he is happy to lay down and receive head strokes and body 'massages'. He does accept hand feeding as he is a massive foodie, and will let you stroke him while he is nibbling on some of his favourite foods like herbs and dandelions. His favourite enrichment is to chew and rip down hung up apple and pear branches.
If you have a lovely lady bun who you think would benefit from a handsome male companion (or have experience with bonding and see a single female rabbit in our care that you also like the sound of), then we'd love to hear from you.
If you would like to share your home with him, we'd love to hear from you. Please complete our form : Perfect match form for RABBITS (sheltermanager.com)
Peaches is a total peach of a bunny; she's pretty, funny and has a lovely personality. She's happy to be handled and she is extremely sociable-with a little bit of mischief thrown in for good measure!
Sadly she has suffered (and recovered) from E. cuniculi, but because rabbits can remain carriers post-illness, we are looking for a home for her with a male companion who has also suffered the same previously.
Our application form can be found by clicking the link HERE: Perfect match form for RABBITS (sheltermanager.com)