Visit the National RSPCA Web Site on the care of

 Rabbits & Small Animals

Please call 01905 821272 option 2 if you think you can provide a home they deserve and need.

Re-home an Animal

We are always looking for people that are willing and able to re-home an animal, whether that is a dog, cat or one of our other small animals.

The first thing to consider before seeing our animals is that the needs of animals can vary enormously and it is imperative that you fully understand this before you attempt to take an animal on.

Once you have decided on the type of animal that you could offer a good home to, the next step would be to contact one of the re-homing coordinators.

Before releasing an animal to any new owner we have a responsibility to ensure that the new owner will be capable of offering the animal a good home. Animals come into our care for a number of reasons. This may be due either to abuse, neglect or possibly because the previous owner became incapable of looking after the animal. It is for this reason that any new owner's home is visited before we release the animal to them.

It should be noted that there will be a small fee for adopting an animal. In addition to veterinary treatment all cats and dogs are neutered, fully vaccinated and micro-chipped prior to re-homing.

Below is a link to download an application form/Perfect match form, please fill this out and email it to:


**Please read all information before contacting**

Dani and Spencer

4 and half years old / Female / Mini Lop and lion-lop

This is Dani and Spencer,

They came to the centre a little over a month ago when there owner could no longer look after them.

When they arrived they were slightly underweight and Spencer wasn't very well, suffering from a prolapsed Anus and blocked tear duct. Although after medication and some visits to the vets, the prolapse looks much better then before but unfortunately it wont completely get better.

We are looking for a kind person or family to adopt these bunnies, they will need to go into an indoor environment with access to a run outside. They are litter trained and friendly. Over the warmer months Spencer will have to have some rear-guard, which is medication that goes into the food once a day to prevent fly strike.

If you think you are able to give a loving forever home to these bunnies and would like some more information on them then please call the centre on 01905 821272 (Option 2) or email us on


**Please read all information before contacting**

Bonnie and Kiara

1 year old and 3 years old/ Female / Dwarf lop

This is Bonnie and Kiara,

These 2 lovely bunnies came in a little over a month ago through no fault of their own.

When they arrived we noticed that Bonnie was very underweight and she had something wrong with her back legs. A month on and after lots of tests and an x-ray, the vets were unable to find the issue with her legs. Now that she has gained lots of weight, and her back legs aren't causing her any harm or pain, the vets are happy to let her find her forever home with her friend Kiara.  

When Bonnie walks, you will notice that her back legs will occasionally give way, this does not seem to affect her in any way, she still runs, jumps and binks around her enclosure and run.

If you think you are able to give a loving forever home to these bunnies and would like some more information on them then please call the centre on 01905 821272 (Option 2) or email us on

  • 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 all animals in our care.
  • ALL RABBITS are Neutered / Spayed, Vaccinated and micro-chipped.
  • We update this website on a weekly basis. However, some of the featured animals may already be reserved.
  • Please note we do not re-home Rabbits with Guinea Pigs as this is not recommended. The only possible exception is where they come in together and have bonded, however even then they are observed to ensure that they are alright together.
  • All of our guinea pigs and rabbits are used to being inside in the winter so will need to be adopted into a indoor cage until warmer weather