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Please call 01905 821272 (Option 2) if you think you can provide a loving home for one of our rabbits.

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 an application form/Perfect match 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 requesting a form and we will send you a Word document version instead.


4 years old / Female / Lop-eared cross / 3.7kg

This big, beautiful girl is 4-year-old Ruth. Ruth entered our care through no fault of her own when her owners could no longer look after her. She has been at the centre for a while and she really does deserve to find her forever home now.

Ruth is an intelligent rabbit who needs lots of enrichment and a companion to keep her happy. Though she is not a big fan of being picked up, she has started liking the occasional head stroke. She really does enjoy human company and loves nothing more than following us around her pen and will always take the opportunity to come and sit with us. She is a very confident girl and a real character, she just likes things to be on her terms!

We do feel she would be best suited to an experienced, adult-only home as Ruth may look like a bunny that you just want to pick up and cuddle but that is not what she wants! Ruth enjoys the company of other rabbits and she could happily live with a neutered male or female bunny.

Please also see the link below on minimum size requirements for rabbit accommodation and other rabbit care tips.

If you think you can give Ruth the perfect forever home, please send us an application form to Forms are found at the top of this page. To know more about this special girl please give us a call on 01905 821272 (option 2).


Permanent indoor foster home needed

2-5 Years old / Male / Mini-lop / 1.65kg

This sweet little boy is Harry and he is in need of a very special home.

He has recently been diagnosed with a condition called hypospadias which went previously undetected due to his being a little overweight when he first came into the Centre. This condition is a birth defect sometimes found in male rabbits which affects their ability to urinate properly though Harry is a very clean boy and is litter trained.

Now he has been diagnosed with this condition, which is unfortunately inoperable, it will be necessary for him to have ongoing treatment including a topical cream to be applied twice daily to prevent urine scalds. Due to this Harry will need a home with someone experienced and comfortable in handling rabbits, who is willing and able to deal with his medical needs including giving us regular updates on his condition.

Harry is a friendly little chap who enjoys the company of other bunnies so it would be essential he has a friend or two in his new home. In return we will support any potential fosterer with all the necessary guidance and advice as well as the ongoing costs associated with Harry's condition.

Please see link below on minimum size requirements for accommodation  and other rabbit care information and tips.

To have a more detailed chat with a member of staff then please call us on 01905 821272 (option 2).


2-5 Years old / Female / Domestic / 1.8kg

Meet Potter, a very shy, two-year-old female rabbit. Potter was brought into the rescue through no fault of her own. Her previous owner felt they couldn't look after her and she had been shut away on her own meaning she has had very little socialisation.

When she first arrived at the centre she would hide away, extremely scared of everything but, with lots of time and patience, Potter is slowly coming out of her shell.

We now feel the time is right for her to find her forever home. We were initially only considering adult-only home (Potter now allows us to gently stroke her though she can still be skittish) we now feel she could possibly live with older children so long as they are calm and understanding. She would need a home that already has a resident bunny - female or male (if male they must be neutered).

Potter really deserves a second chance and the opportunity to blossom. If you think you are the right person/family to give Potter what she needs then please complete our Perfect Match form found at the top of this page and email to

Hermione and Ron

1-2 years old / Female and Male / Lop / 2kg

Ron and Hermione are looking for their "hoppy ever after" together after being found abandoned with other rabbits in a park.

They are a beautiful pair of frosted pearl mini-lops  who have had to be separated for neutering but are ready to get back together and enjoy some quality time with one another in their furr-ever home.

They are both aged between 1-2 years and Hermione (pictured on the left) has the slightly darker markings of the two. She is also a little more shy than Ron who is much more confident and a cheeky little man to boot! Hermione does like to come up and sniff you whereas Ron can be slightly more sassy! They are both absolutely lovely bunnies who really do deserve a loving home.

They could live either as indoor or outdoor rabbits but please do refer to our size guidelines for rabbit housing which can be found on our Rabbit Care Information page. It is also worth noting that they are not yet litter trained (something we are currently working on with them) but, again, you can find information about this on the Rabbit Care section of our website.

To discuss Hermione and Ron further you can give us a call on 01905 821272 (ext 2) or, to apply to adopt them please complete our Perfect Match form (at the top of this page).


6 years / Male / Lionhead Lop 

Leonard came into our care after being rescued from a home where his owner had too many rabbits to take care of properly. He hasn't been with us long but is already settling in well, he's a sweet boy who seems to enjoy being gently stroked.

Leonard is around 6 years old and, having lived with lots of bunnies previously, is good with both male and female rabbits and will definitely need a friend or two.

He will need some grooming to keep that fringe out of his eyes! His head will need regular brushing and the occasional trim to keep him looking his handsome best.

Leonard will ideally need a lot of space to run around, we would be looking for an outdoor home as this is what he has been used to previously. Please refer to our Rabbit Care Information Guide for minimum size requirements.

If you can give Leonard the loving home that he needs then please complete the Perfect Match form which can be found at the top of this page.