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Rehome a Rabbit or Small Animal

Browse the rabbits and small animals in our care who are searching for their forever homes!

Thumper

Male

Date of Birth - 2019 Approx

 

Thumper came into us on the 6th June 2021 with very overgrown teeth. He spent his first night at one of our Animal Welfare Staff's homes taking in critical care before having his teeth done the next day. As Thumper's teeth grow VERY quickly, he has now had the majority removed but they may need to be filled down every 6 months.

Thumper is an extremely friendly rabbit who adores attention! He has been well socialised in the past and enjoys being stroked and does not mind being handled or picked up. Thumper has been around a guinea pig in the past and does not seem bothered by calm dogs. Thumper could potentially be paired up with another rabbit.

 

Age range for children - NO AGE CAP

COULD potentially live with other animals

Opal and Topaz

Females

Dates of Birth - 2019

BONDED PAIR - MUST BE REHOMED TOGETHER

Opal (Grey) 

Topaz (Mottled)

 

Opal and Topaz came into us on the 17th August 2021. Both are very friendly rabbits and do not mind being stroked but both are not keen on being picked up. Opal is the more confident of the two, where as Topaz is the more nervous. Both would greatly benefit from socialisation. 

 

Age range for children - 10+

Wiggles (RESERVED)

Male

Date of Birth - Approx Aug/Sept 2021

 

Wiggles came into us with his mother on the 16th October 2021. Wiggles is a very friendly, sociable rabbit who does not mind being handled. He is looking for a companion to be paired up with for company! 

Wiggles is currently awaiting to be neutered and therefore is not ready for rehoming at this time but we are still taking in applications. 

 

Age range for children - NO AGE CAP

COULD potentially be paired up with another rabbit 

Branch and Poppy

Females

Dates of Birth - 2016

BONDED PAIR - MUST BE REHOMED TOGETHER

Branch - Grey

Poppy - Brown and white

 

Branch and Poppy came into us on the 16th October 2021. Branch under went an emergency dental appointment whilst with us and is now a lot happier and out of pain. Both Branch and Poppy are very friendly rabbits, Branch is the more laid back of the two. Poppy can sometimes be a little protective of Branch whilst in the enclosure and can run at your hands but this is not aggression. Both are okay at being handled, more so Branch. Due to Branch and Poppy's age, they would benefit from an experienced home who have had rabbits before. Both would suit a calm household where they can receive lots of TLC.

 

Age range for children - 14+

Dylan and Patrick

Guinea Pigs

Males

Dates of Birth - Dylan (White) November 2020. Patrick - March 2021

Father and Son

 

Dylan and Patrick came in to us on the 19th November 2021. Both are quite nervous and will need a lot of socialisation and handling. 

Sooty and Peter

Male and Female

Sooty - F - Black - BLIND IN ONE EYE BUT NO MEDICAL ATTENTION NEEDED

Peter - M - Beige and white

Date of Birth - Sooty - October 2018.  Peter - August 2019. 

 

Sooty and Peter came into us on the 29th November 2021. Both have been well handled and are very friendly.

 

Age range for children - NO AGE CAP

Piglet

Male

Date of Birth - May 2021

 

Piglet came into us on the 30th November 2021. He is a very friendly rabbit who has been well handled and is used to children over the age of 13. Piglet could potentially be paired up with another rabbit. 

 

Age range for children - NO AGE CAP

Important Re-homing Criteria for Rabbits and Small Animals

  • For a rabbit, the adoption fee is £50.00. This goes toward the cost of looking after them whilst they are at the sanctuary and health checks. Where appropriate we will neuter the rabbit .
  • If you would like a rabbit to live with your existing pet, you would need to bring them to the Sanctuary so they can be assessed together.
  • You will need a suitable hutch and a secure run for the rabbit. We will need to see a photograph of your hutch & run before you can take your rabbit home.

Guinea Pigs cost £15 each and the prospective owner needs to have their own hutch. If a Guinea Pig comes in a pair they will have to both be rehomed together.

Rats cost £10 each, and the owner will have to own a suitable enclosure.

Hamsters cost £5 each, and the owner will have to own a suitable enclosure.

 

If you would like more information on any of the rabbits available for adoption please contact the Sanctuary on : (01633) 866144