• Age: 1-2 years old
  • Breed: Rex
  • Gender: Female
  • Home: Indoor or outdoor with soft / covered flooring due healing sore hocks - Fully litter trained. Minimum space 3m by 2m by 1m high.
  • Company: Needs a friend(s)



This beautiful girl is our lovely Ivy.

Ivy came into our care along with another female bunny but sadly they were housed separately, and we suspect they were used for breeding. Ivy is a laid back and chilled out female bunny, who has been very good with us picking her up daily to put cream on her sore hocks. Sore hocks can be common in rex rabbits that have not been given the correct accommodation. Unfortunately she has spent her life cooped up in a small hutch and as such her feet have become quite sore. She is now got a big pen with soft blankets and vet bedding and her feet are healing nicely. 

Ivy loves to spend time with people, getting strokes and being hand fed her nuggets (like a proper pampered queen!). Her favourite spot to snooze is her hay filled litter tray and her pile of soft blankets.

We are looking for a home for Ivy where she can be pampered with soft flooring and bedding where she has a another rabbit she can bond with. Ivy is fully litter trained so would suit an indoor or outdoor home with people who have litter trays.

Before applying - please do your research into the Rex rabbit breed as due to their breeding they can have some common problems including sore hocks. Rex rabbits also generally do not tolerate heat well, so make sure you are fully equipped to keep them cool over the summer months. Due to the rex fur they cannot be groomed like other rabbits, a brush can damage their fur, instead using a soft cloth is all you need. For more information please send us an email at emily@rspcaworcester.org.uk

If you would like to apply to adopt her then please complete our application form online by clicking the link below:


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.