Visit the National RSPCA Web Site on the care of

Rabbits & Guinea pigs 

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

All of our Rabbits are neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and given flea treatment. 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 and Guinea pigs are highly social animals and need to be housed with an animal of their own species. If adopting a single rabbit from us, your current rabbit must be Neutered and Fully vaccinated.

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.

**Please note that we use the rabbit application forms for Guinea pigs as well**


4 years old / Male / Lionhead cross

Say hello to Peter. Peter is a 4-year-old Lionhead cross rabbit who is now up for adoption after entering our care a little poorly.  He is a bit of a shy lad when you first meet him, but if you enter his pen with some fresh greens you will have a friend for life.

Peter has always been an indoor bunny and is fully litter trained and very tidy. We are now looking for the perfect forever home for this lovely boy who can either give him a indoor lifestyle with access to the outside in nice weather or match the housing ideas in the links below.

If you think you could be Peter’s forever family, please send us an application form to Forms are found at the top of this page. 

David and Bowie

4 years old / Male / Netherland dwarves

This adorable pair of bunnies are 4-year-old David and Bowie. They came in recently after their owners could no longer
look after them.

David (the black bunny) loves his food and is always first to run up and stick his head in his nugget bowl. David enjoys getting lots of strokes off the staff, and to run and bink around. His wooden house is his favorite item in his pen, and you will normally find him on top of it, having a nap.

David did have a blocked tear duct when he entered the centre, which has now been flushed at the vets. Any new owner will need to take him to get annual vet checks and daily monitoring of his health as he may potentially need to get his eye flushed again sometime in the future.

Bowie (the white bunny) is the more confident brother and will always be first out of his pen to greet you. If you stop stroking him, he will gently nudge your hand to get your attention, once he has it, he will rest his head on the floor or your shoe for you to give him head strokes.

David and Bowie have always been indoor bunnies, so we are looking for a nice new family that can give them an indoor lifestyle with access to a run outside. We are currently litter training these two boys. They are both sweet boys who love to follow you around.

If you think you could be David and Bowie’s new forever family, please send us an application form to Forms are found at the top of this page.