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.
Please press the link below to learn about rabbit care, including minimum size recommendations, enrichment and more
Rabbit Care Information
Below is a link to download a Perfect match application form, please fill this out and email it to the below address. If you are struggling to fill out the PDF document, then please email us or contact us via Facebook Messenger requesting a form and we will send you a Word document version instead.
Periwinkle really isn't enjoying life being confined to a pen, and he loves to get out into the corridor to run around.
He is also something of a kleptomaniac when it comes to other rabbits' belongings-he loves to claim everything as his own! Whether he's trying to drag another bunny's cardboard box into his pen, or digging in their litter tray when we are trying to clean, he believes everything belongs to him!
He isn't too keen on handling and will run off if you try to stroke him, but he can be curious and will sometimes put a paw on your lap in order to check out what you are up to.
Periwinkle came in with his brothers when they were all babies, but as they got older they weren't getting along, so they were separated. He is coping the least well of the siblings with confinement and he is easily bored.
He desperately needs a female rabbit who he can share his life with, so if you have a young lady bun searching for a friend, we'd love to hear from you!
Little Limpet is a real livewire; a characterful, confident and outgoing bunny who will happily climb on your lap. He is happy being stroked and tolerates being handled and picked up for health checks etc.
He has bags of energy and loves to run, dig, and generally cause havoc...and when he's done he loves to take naps in his hay rack!
Limpet came in with his three siblings but as they reached maturity there were some scuffles, so we are now looking for individual homes, but one with a resident young, female bunny is a must!
Limpet could live indoors or out, he will just need bags of space due to his energetic nature.
To apply, please complete and return our Perfect Match form.
Yuki was brought into our care as a stray, and was initially very shy, but her confidence has grown tremendously over time and her cheeky character now really shines through.
Her favourite thing in the world is to dig! Whether she is homed as an indoor or an outdoor bunny, one thing this little lady will need to keep her happy will be plenty of places where she can dig to her heart's content.
This is where most of Yuki's energy is spent - she's not one for running around so much, instead she spends her time digging, throwing things around and rearranging her pen. She likes to move all bedding from where we put it- she clearly believes she is an interior decorator who works so hard that she needs at least 20 naps a day, as when she's done, she has a tendency to just flop! She will flop anywhere and everywhere, as the mood takes her!
She also loves cardboard boxes, the bigger the better, and will get grumpy if you try to remove one after she destroys it; sitting in it and refusing to leave when you try and take it away.
She is funny and full of character, enjoying human company. She doesn't mind a few head strokes and will put her paws on to your lap (though it usually just to see if you have food!)
To offer Yuki the opportunity to design and build her forever home with a boy bun with whom she can share, please complete and send a Perfect Match form to firstname.lastname@example.org
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 6 months 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 handled, but as long as you are happy to be "hands off" he is quite comfortable to enjoy human company.
If you have a lovely lady bun who you think would benefit from a handsome male companion, then we'd love to hear from you.
Our Perfect Match form can be found at the top of this page and should be sent to email@example.com
Of the two, Ace is the more laid back. He is also smaller and does need to gain some weight.