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 Rabbits & Small Animals

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.

Contact the Re-homing Coordinators

Cats: 07484 905707 11am - 4pm.

Dogs: Contact Geraldine: 01886 822083

Small Animals i.e. Rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats

Contact our administration 01905 821272 (office hours)


6 months old/ Female/ Mini Lop

Hope is New in to the center. She is a strikingly pretty, 6 month old, friendly girl looking for her forever home with a new friend to run around with!


1 year old/ Male / Netherland Dwarf

T-Rex is a sweet and bolschy 1 year old Netherland Dwarf. This excitable little boy is a confident bunny who likes to explore and is quite happy with gentle handling. As rabbits are social creatures we need T-Rex to be adopted into a home with another Netherland Dwarf or a rabbit with experience of living with a Netherland Dwarf. T-Rex would definitely benefit from a secure garden run for fun and exercise in the summer months.


8 Month old/ Female/ Lop Eared

Quinn has come into the centre after an accidental litter. She would like to be rehomed with her friend Maggie. Quinn is a lively playful young rabbit, who needs some TLC to gain more trust in people, as she is a little undersocialised with people due to limited handling in the past.


8 Month Old/Female/Lop Eared
Maggie is looking to be adopted with her friend Quinn. Maggie is a playful and inquisitive girl, who loves to play and explore. Maggie needs someone who has lots of time to spend with her, to help build her trust in people.


8 Months old/ Male/ Lop Eared

Harley is a lively and playful young boy, who is looking for a female friend who is calm and submissive in nature to suit him. Harley is a bold boy, who with some time spent on socialisation will learn to trust people, as he has had little handling upto now.


1 year 6 Months old/ Male/ English Lop

Tank is a very sweet boy who clearly hasn't had the most suitable start to life. He is only a young adult, but suffers with obesity- likely from having been kept in unsuitable accommodation. We are looking for an experienced owner with a friend to bond him with, who would be happy to put in the TLC to get him back up to tip top condition

Rum and Raisin

4 year old/ Male and / English Lop

Rum (male) and Raisin (female) are a very sweet bonded pair who were given over to the RSPCA due to inappropriate housing and welfare which was causing them medical issues- the main one of which being obesity.
This lead to them being unable to clean themselves and thus being victims to parasites and fly strike.
They are lovely bunnies with a slightly nervous temperament at the moment, but they are curious and friendly with lots of potential!



3 Years old / Male

Daryl is a friendly, inquisitive and playful chap who loves nothing more than a good snooze and then an explore once finally awake! Super friendly he would make a wonderful pet, ideally with a companion who he can bond with, although being found as a stray we dont know his past experiences with other ferrets, so introductions will have to take place carefully.

We have lots of small animals for rehoming that we can’t get on the website.

If there is something in particular you are interested in please give us a call to see if we can help.

  • 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
  • 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.