Thank you for your interest in adopting a rabbit! As we are a small, home-based rescue our capacity for rabbits is not huge, so we only have one or two rabbits in our care at one time. This does mean, however, that they get plenty of space and attention, and we get to know them and the kind of home they would suit best very well.

Below you will find details of our rabbit adoption policy and the current rabbits in our care. We offer a full bonding service for anyone adopting a rabbit from us as a partner for their current rabbit.

Looking to adopt rabbits but we don’t have anyone suitable available? Join our adoption mailing list to receive emails when we have any newbies ready for their forever homes!

We are a member of BaBBA Campaign’s Ethical Rescue Standard, and further information on our adoption requirements can be found in the drop-down section below
­čÉ░ Our rabbits are neutered and fully vaccinated prior to adoption.
­čÉ░ We ensure that our rabbits are bonded with other rabbits, either at the rescue or in their new home.
­čÉ░ Home-checks are carried out and a minimum space of 60sq ft is required.
­čÉ░ Our adopters are offered life-time support and rabbits must be returned to our care if circumstances change.
­čÉ░ We have a no-kill policy – healthy rabbits will not be euthanised
­čÉ░ We do not receive money from pet retailers and rely entirely on public donations.
­čÉ░ We are against the breeding and selling of rabbits.

Rabbits Looking for Homes

  • Chestnut & Willow

    Name: Chestnut & Willow
    Species: Rabbit
    Breed: Chestnut – lionhead cross; Willow – medium lop
    Sex:┬áChestnut – male (neutered); Willow – female (neutered)
    Age:┬áChestnut – 3.5yrs; Willow – 4 yrs
    Status: Available for Adoption

    Chestnut and Willow are a sweet, chilled out bonded pair looking for their forever home together. They came into our care quite overweight due to a poor diet and inadequate housing, but are now looking and feeling much better after a few months on a majority hay-based diet.

    Chestnut is good to handle, while Willow prefers to keep all paws on the ground and is much happier being allowed to investigate humans on her own terms.

    Housing requirements: Permanent 24/7 access to a minimum of 60 sq ft of bunny and predator proof space. Chestnut & Willow can live indoors or outdoors.

  • Mallow

    Name: Mallow
    Species:┬áRabbit – medium mixed breed
    Sex: Female (neutered)
    Age: 5 years approx
    Status: Available for bonding from 13th July

    Mallow arrived in our care via another rescue and unfortunately we have little info on her background, although suspect she has lived most of her life so far hutched and alone.

    Mallow has an old injury to her right eye, which has been checked by our exotics vet who confirmed that since it is not causing her any harm, it fortunately doesn’t need removing. The eyeball itself has receded and the cornea is scarred, so she likely has very limited or no vision through this eye, but this doesn’t cause her any problems. The eye can sometimes get a little gunky since the tear duct doesn’t function properly, but once she has a bonded rabbit partner they will hopefully be able to help her keep the eye clean.

    Mallow isn’t a fan of being handled or stroked but is very food orientated so is likely to become more confident around humans with some time and hand feeding. She would probably best suit outdoor living as this is all she has ever known and would prefer space from humans.

    Mallow is fully vaccinated against Myxomatosis, RVHD1&2, microchipped and was spayed on 1st June. She will be ready for bonding from 13th July. A neutered male bunny is likely to be the best match for her. A bonding service is included with adoption.

    Housing requirements: 24/7 permanent access to a minimum of 60 sq ft of secure, predator and bunny-proof space. Please read our rabbit advice pages before applying to adopt.