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Rabbits and Small Animals for Adoption

 

Browse all of the small animals currently in our care that are in search of their forever homes!

 

If you are interested in re-homing one of our small animals, please e-mail into us at info@allcreatureslife.org to request a "Perfect Match Form". 

If you would like to make a donation towards the costs of looking after our rabbits, guinea pigs and the upkeep of their enclosures, please use the "DONATE" button on this website. Many thanks! 

 

Important Re-homing Criteria for Small Animals

    • Adoption Fee for Rabbits £50.00. This goes toward the cost of looking after them whilst they are at the Sanctuary and towards their health checks and any additional vet care. Where appropriate, we will neuter the rabbit. 
    • Adoption Fee for Guinea Pigs - £15
    • Adoption Fee for Rats - £10
    • Adoption Fee for Hamsters - £5
    • All of our rabbits are fully vaccinated before leaving the Sanctuary.

The Process

  • Upon sending your Perfect Match Form to us, you will need to include photos of the enclosure/set up that the animal will have.
  • If your application is successful, we will invite all household members in to attend a "meet and greet" with the animal. All household members must attend in order to go ahead to the next stage. 
  • If you would like a rabbit or guinea pig to live with your existing pet, you would need to bring them to the Sanctuary for the meet and greet. 
  • Once the meet and greet has been passed, you will then go onto book an Adoption Date. 
  • All Adopters will receive 4 weeks Free PetPlan Insurance upon Adopting a Rabbit from us. 

 

If you would like more information on any of the Small Animals available for adoption or have any questions, please contact the Sanctuary on:

(01633) 866144

OR

info@allcreatureslife.org

Poptart and Waffle

Guinea Pigs, Male

Dates of Birth: 2021

Arrived to the Sanctuary: 9th June 2023

 
Can we live with other guinea pigs? No 
Can we live with young children? Yes
Do we have any medical conditions? No

Poptart and Waffle are a pair of young adult male guinea pigs, likely brothers, who are looking for a home together. They are both very timid upon first greeting. They are fine to be handled and will settle on your lap but they will need to form a bond with their handler and will need A LOT of socialisation. They love going out into their grass run to enjoy the sunshine! They are currently in a large converted shed with plenty of tunnels, enrichment and hiding places!

Both Guinea Pigs are long haired and will require regular grooming to make sure their coats stay smooth and shiny!

Must be rehomed together

Tater and Tot

Rabbits, Female

Dates of Birth: 2021 & 2022

Arrived to our Sanctuary: 9th June 2023 

 
Can we live with other rabbits? Potentially 
Can we live with young children? Yes
Do we have any medical issues? No
Can we live as indoor buns? No

Tater (Grey and White bun) loves affection and does not mind a stroke. She is the more sociable of the two. She enjoys exploring her enclosure and often runs up to you when she knows you have tasty greens!

Tot (Brown bun) is a bit shyer than her mother and enjoys her own company. Nevertheless, she will come up to you for food but at her own pace and on her terms. 

Willow

Rabbit, Female

Date of Birth: 2021

Arrived to our Smalls Unit: 21st November 2023

 
Can I live with other rabbits? Yes - potentially a neutered male.

Can I live with young children?

Yes under supervision. 

Do I have any medical issues?

No

Can I live as an indoor bun?

No

Willow can take some time to warm up to someone knew, she would benefit from a home where she can have plenty of socialisation and enrichment. She can be skittish on occasion and isn't overly found of being handled. 

Can be indoor buns

Deb & Fabio 

Rabbits, Male & Female

Dates of Birth: 2018 & 2022

Arrived to our Smalls Unit: 21st October 2023

Deb was originally paired up with another male but he sadly passed away. She was then bonded with Fabio and they have been inseparable ever since. 

 
Can we live with other rabbits? Potentially 
Can we live with young children? Yes
Do we have any medical issues? No
Can we live as indoor buns? Yes

Deb and Fabio are a lovely bonded pair that are inquisitive and friendly. They love attention from their handlers and are very sociable. 

Daisy

Rabbit, Female

Date of Birth: October 2021

Arrived to our Smalls Unit: 28th October 2023

 
Can I live with other rabbits? Yes - potentially a neutered male.

Can I live with young children?

Yes under supervision. 

Do I have any medical issues?

No

Can I live as an indoor bun?

No

Daisy arrived to our Sanctuary due to her previous owner moving house to a property without a garden. 

This sweet girl is a little timid at times but will come over to you for a tasty treat. She can be a bit impatient and will throw her bowl around her enclosure if it is empty! She's a real character with unique eye markings. 

Barkley and Baxter 

Rabbits, Male

Dates of Birth: 2022 & 2020

Arrived to our Smalls Unit: 6th December 2023. 

 
Can we live with other rabbits? Potentially 
Can we live with young children? Yes - We are very friendly and highly sociable 
Do we have any medical issues? No
Can we live as indoor buns? No

Barkley and Baxter are two very sociable boys who need to be rehomed together. They adore attention and love to be handled. They are a very sweet pair. 

Chandler & Ross

Guinea Pigs, Male

Dates of Birth: April 24th 2023

Arrived to our Smalls Unit: 10th November 2023

 
Can we live with other guinea pigs? No
Can we live with young children? Yes but only under supervision as we are very nervous. 
Do we have any medical conditions? No

Chandler & Ross are brothers who are almost identical! They require a home that can give them plenty of socialisation, as we do not think they were handled at all in the past. Both are very skittish but will come over for fruit and veg. With time and trust, they will become wonderful tiny companions.

In Foster

Agnes & Joey

Guinea Pigs, Female & Male

Dates of Birth: 2021 Vet Guesstimate & April 24th 2023

Arrived to ACGAS: December 2023

Can we live with other guinea pigs? Yes - Potentially other females, Agnes can be a little dominant. 

Can we live with teenagers?

Yes

Can we live with young children?

Yes - with supervision 

Do we have any medical issues?

No

Am we happy being handled?

Agnes - Yes

Joey - Can be skittish

Agnes will take food out of her Fosterers hand and both adore veggie feeding time.

 

Contact Details

 

Telephone Number: 01633 866144 

Phone Line Opening Times

  • Monday-Sunday (including Bank Holidays) 
  • 9am-4:30pm
  • CLOSED Christmas Day and Boxing Day 

 

Email Address: Info@allcreatureslife.org