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Beatrice and Lottie

  • Age: Beatrice is 8.5yrs and Lottie is 6.5yrs
  • Breed: Lionhead cross and Netherland Dwarf cross
  • Gender: Both female
  • Home: Indoor home - minimum 3m  by 2m by 1m high
  • Company: To go together 


These two beautiful sisters are eight and a half year old lionhead cross Beatrice and her sister from another mister Lottie, who is a six and a half year old Netherland dwarf cross. 

Beatrice and Lottie came into our care when their owner moved and couldn't take them along. These two are completely inseparable and are the most bonded rabbits we've ever had come into our care, they are always together and sharing everything. If you go in to stroke one, the other must also get her head in there for the same.

When they first came in, Beatrice had slight conjunctivitis that has now cleared up and Lottie does have the start to arthritis in her hips. Due to Lottie's arthritis we are looking for an indoor home that can keep her nice and toasty with someone who does not mind cleaning her bum from time-to-time when she cannot reach. Lottie is on Metacam which she takes very well, new owners just need to be careful, as Beatrice does try to steal it, and if you turn your back for a second she's hanging off the end of the syringe trying to lap up the delicious meds! 

They both love company, being hand-fed and getting those all important strokes! They are mostly litter-trained; doing all their pee in their trays, but we are still working on their poo's! All litter trays will need at least one side lower so it is easy accessible for Lottie to get in, but saying that she does love her low hidey hole platform and doesn't seem at all bothered when jumping up and down off it!

If you would like to apply to adopt these lovely girls, you can complete our application form online by clicking the link below:APPLY ONLINE TO ADOPT

Upon completion, just hit "Submit" and your form will be sent straight over to our team.

All animals at our centre are vaccinated, microchipped, neutered and health checked by a veterinarian.