Rabbits

Thank you for your interest in adopting a rabbit! As we are a small, home-based rescue our capacity for rabbits is not huge (especially as we refuse to hutch them!), 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!

Rabbits Looking for Homes

  • Pearl

    Name: Pearl
    Breed/size: Lionhead cross (medium)
    Sex: Female
    Age: Approx 2 years
    Status: Available for bonding from 29th Dec

    Pearl was rather overweight when she arrived in our care, after being kept in a 1m long cage for possibly most of her life and not fed the correct diet. She is now slowly getting on board with a healthy hay-based diet after initially turning her nose up at everything we offered!

    Pearl has been fully vaccinated against myxo, RHD1 & RHD2 and was spayed on 17th November. She will be available to bond with a neutered & vaccinated male once she is 6 weeks post-neuter, from 29th December.

    Pearl is friendly and enjoys a head rub, and is likely to come out of her shell even more once she has a husbun to help her learn how to be a proper rabbit! Pearl will not be rehomed as a single bunny, so we are only looking for adopters who already have a single neutered & vaccinated bun looking for a friend.

    Housing requirements: Pearl can live indoors or outdoors. Our minimum housing size requirement for a pair of rabbits is 60 square feet. Please see our rabbit advice pages for more information.