Rabbits

Looking to adopt a rescue rabbit? Look no further!

All our rabbits are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and health checked by an exotic vet specialist. Our rabbit adoption fee is £45 per rabbit or £80 for a pair.

If you would like to adopt a rabbit from us please read our

'Adopting a Rabbit Guide' before contacting us.

If you have any questions please contact us on:

0161 882 0680 or rspcamcr_salford@btconnect.com

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RABBIT OF THE MONTH

 

 

Bella

Location: private boarding

Bella came into our care from a home overrun with animals. She is approximately 4 years old, neutered, vaccinated and received both the combi and VHD2 vaccinations.


Bella was living with her sister when we took them in. Both had recently had litters of babies. We were told she and her sister were best friends but after a period of observation in a foster home it became apparent (both from their behaviour and their physical well-being) that they were not happy together. It took 2 months for Bella to recover from a severe case of ear mites that the vets say occurred because of stress having lowered her immune system. We are pleased to report that Bella is now 100% well and enjoying a peaceful life.


Bella is a beautiful, gentle bunny who avoids conflict at all costs. It was her sister that was the more dominant of the two, whereas Bella just shied away from any confrontation. We feel Bella will immensely benefit from the company of another lonely heart, an older male bunny who is relaxed and easy going. Bella is best suited to live outdoors, as this is all she has known and seems happiest being left to do her own thing. She was used to human contact in the home she came from and once settled in a new home she will no doubt allow hand feeding and head strokes, but for now she's just wanting to be left alone which is fair enough!

If you would like to adopt Bella contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

Wonka

Location: private boarding

We genuinely don’t know why we still have Wonka in our care. He is a sweet natured boy who is the perfect mix of baby playfulness and cuddliness. Its rare bunnies enjoy cuddles but Wonka really does. He settles down in our arms and revels in being stroked. Of course he also enjoys running around and binkying to his heart’s content. Wonka was a surprise arrival after his stray mum popped out a litter of 3 perfect baby boys!

Having been in our care since he was born on 24th April he has had regular handling and been well socialised with us all. He has a fantastic appetite for hay, loves his leafy greens and truly enjoys human contact and is always up for a fuss. He will make an ideal house bunny and bring so much joy to your home.

Wonka has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations and was neutered and microchipped on 14th Sept. If you are looking to pair him with a female then he needs 6 weeks following the op before they can be introduced. Due to pressure on our spaces we can only reserve animals for 7 days.

If you would like to adopt Wonka contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

Walrus

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

There is no denying that Walrus is a very special boy in more ways that one. Born to a stray mum and one of three siblings we have absolutely no idea where the Rex in him has come from. The rest of his family have classic rabbit features and coats, but Walrus’ striking resemblance to the Rex breed is unmistakeable.

A favourite of our since he could toddle Walrus has been handled (and kissed) on a regular basis! Walrus is a friendly, gentle bunny who is happy to be handled and even happier to be showered with treats of herbs and fresh leafy greens. He has a fantastic appetite for hay and is always on the look for us when we are doing our rounds. Walrus is a highlight of our day. Just seeing him makes you smile and so to be able to steal the odd cuddle and stroke makes us all so very happy. With such a lovely nature we are certain he will make a fantastic house rabbit.

He has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations and was neutered and microchipped on 14th Sept. If you are looking to pair him with a female then he needs 6 weeks following the op before they can be introduced. Due to pressure on our spaces we can only reserve animals for 7 days.

If you would like to adopt Walrus contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

Kimchi

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Kimchi could well be the cutest baby bunny you are going to see all year! His unique Himalayan markings make him look like a little teddy bunny bear! He has a sweet personality to match too!
Kimchi came as a bit of a surprise to us all when he was born on 31st May. His mum had originally been found stray and her owner could not be traced. After a couple of weeks in our care her mum unexpectedly gave birth to 4 bouncing baby bunnies! We suspect the pregnancy maybe the reason why Kimchi's poor mum found herself homeless in the first place. 


The only male in the litter, Kimchi is an incredibly confident and friendly little boy who loves to greet us. He is certainly the odd one out in his litter as all the rest are black! Kimchi will make an ideal family companion animal and will no doubt appreciate a lot of attention and love. 


Kimchi has received both the combi vaccine so far and the RHD2 vaccine and been micorchipped. Once old enough the branch will pay for him to be neutered and vaccinated too. With Kimchi being prepubescent he cannot be neutered until around 14 to 16 weeks of age. Until he is then 6 weeks post castration he will not be able to be paired with a female rabbit, as hormones will likely interfere with the bonding process. So for the time being Kimchi is looking to be homed as a single house rabbit. 

If you would like to adopt Kimchi contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brandon

RESERVED

Location: private boarding

Since coming into our care back in June, Brandon has blossomed like a flower! He has gone from a shy bunny to a much more confident and handsome guy. He really is a stunner with his striking blue eyes and sleek black coat.


Brandon has come from a home that was over run with rabbits and where breeding had got out of control. There were 3 brothers together who were a sorry sight to see huddled up together in fear. Gradually, over time, Brandon has settled in and begun to trust humans. He is much more tolerant of his weekly health checks and will always come and check out what food we have to offer. 


Brandon is around 4 to 5 months old and has been neutered, microchipped and received both the combi vaccinations. He will probably be a loving companion to a female bunny and enjoy snuggling up to her and worship the ground she hops on! Brandon will be happy to live outdoors with a pal and may adapt to indoor living in a quiet home.

If you would like to adopt Brandon contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barry

Location: private boarding

Barry bunny is a glossy coated young chap around 4 to 5 months old. He came into our care back in June along with a dozen other bunnies. Many others were also taken from the home where breeding was out of control. Poor Barry had received little in the way of socialization and the world clearly seemed quite a scary place to him when he first arrived. We've given Barry plenty of time to settle and get used to a routined life. He is still a shy boy but enjoys playing and exploring and the tasty treats we offer!


Barry will be best suited to live outdoors where he can enjoy life on his own terms. We think he will make a lovely companion to a female bunny and prove to be a loving, gentle boy to her. Barry has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations. Barry will likely gain in more confidence once settled in a permanent home and paired with a pal. We just hope there is somebunny out there who will give him a chance.

If you would like to adopt Barry contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

Eris

Location: private boarding

Eris has been in our care since March. She was originally admitted after being found dumped in a snow blizzard with a litter of 10 new born babies. RSPCA Inspectors tracked down the person who had abandoned her and found many more rabbits at the property; breeding had seriously got out of control!   Eris has since been neutered, microchipped and received  both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations.

She has also been out twice for attempts to bond her with a male companion and it has failed each time despite slow bonding following our advice. It seems that she is super wary about being in proximity to other males, which is hardly surprising given the indiscriminate breeding that had gone on in her previous home. We think this has meant she has a lack of trust around rabbits and makes her defensive. What she ideally needs is an exceptionally placid male and the chance to bond over months rather days. We are therefore looking for a home where she can live alongside another rabbit for as long as it takes, and if it doesn't work out she can still live there for life.


Eris is a lovely rabbit who has really not had a great life. We estimate her to be around 3 years old and needs a quiet life where she can be left to her own devices. She could be a single house rabbit in a quiet home as she does enjoy human company.

If you would like to adopt Eris contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

 

 

 

 

Laura

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Location: private boarding

Laura came into our care after her owner had fled domestic violence. We found Laura had been kept in a small dog crate and was considerably underweight. We are pleased to say that this beautiful girl has since gained weight, been neutered, microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations.  


Laura is extra special to us because of the sorry state she was in when she arrived. From day one just seemed such a gentle and grateful soul and has proven to be a pleasure to care for. She is a clean bunny who only ever uses her litter tray, is always pleased to see us with out basket of veggies and loves to munch on hay all day long. She is a sweet natured girl who is a is quiet calm and quiet, but she is learning to trust and tolerates us health checking her each week.


Laura would make a great partner to a calm and gentle boy. Currently weighing in at 3.2kgs she is approx twice the size of an average rabbit, so please bear that in mind for accommodation. Laura could definitely live as a house rabbit in a quiet home or outdoors in a large enclosure (please note we do not rehome bunnies to live alone outdoors). If you can offer a peaceful palace for Laura to live in then please get in touch.

If you would like to adopt Laura contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

 

 

Tony

HOUSE RABBIT

RESERVED

Location: foster

Tony was born in our care on the 19th June to parents who are both Netherland Dwarves. A number of adult rabbits came into our care from the one home, where conditions were poor and they had been left to reproduce repeatedly. Tony is from a litter of 5, which seemed an awful lot for such a small mum to carry! Even more peculiar is each baby bunny was male and identical in colouring! It is only now that they are getting a bit older that their fur is starting to change colour and we can (almost) identify them.  

Tony is a bouncy baby boy! He likes to run and explore and let you know when he’s ready for dinner. He will always stop for a fuss and settle down for his favourite head strokes. He is always interested in his surroundings and will do a proper explore of the area.     

Tony has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccine and will be microchipped before he leaves our care. The branch will pay for him to be neutered once he is old enough but currently that is a few weeks off. For the time being we are looking to home him as single house rabbit. NB he will need to be 6 weeks post castration before he can be paired with a female.

If you would like to adopt Tony contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

 

Delphine

Location: private boarding

Delphine was abandoned in a park in South Yorkshire. We estimate her to be around 3 years old and is a lionhead cross. Delphine is stunningly beautiful with a distinct personality.


Delphine was grumpy and obese when she first came into our care. We are pleased to report she's now out of the obese category and a normal weight. We can't quite report the same progress with her grumpiness. She is not terribly impressed with life in our care. She is happiest when she can roam freely and be left to her own devices, unless there is food on offer! It seems to us that Delphine is a product of her upbringing. Most likely been confined to a hutch and  life before coming into our care and not had much positive human interaction. She is absolutely fine with us but would rather we did not handle her or force interaction, unless we've got food on offer. We suspect with plenty space to roam and time to develop trust in her adopter she could prove to be a really rewarding rescue rabbit, as she seems rather sassy and switched on.


Delphine is definitely a dominant character and needs an experienced rabbit owner but we are certain she will blossom in the right hands. Bonding her with a male rabbit could go either way, but if you want to try the male would need to be placid and submissive.

Delphine has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination. She can live indoors in a quiet home or outdoors.

If you would like to adopt Delphine contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

Roxie

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: foster

Roxie came into our care back in June. Her front incisors were so overgrown they were protruding out of her face and she was in gut stasis (a potentially fatal condition where the digestive system starts to shut down). Sadly her owner could not afford the expensive veterinary treatment to save her life so signed her over to our care. Roxie was only 8 months old on admission and her front teeth had overgrown in this way as a result of genetics. The only way to prevent recurrence in the future was to remove her incisors and peg teeth. She coped really well with the operation and has been happily munching hay ever since.

We've monitored her for 3 months to make sure there was no teeth regrow and we are pleased to say she has the all clear for rehoming. Roxie has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination. This is what her foster mum has to say about her:

"Roxie is one of the sweetest bunnies I have had the pleasure of fostering. She is like a little fluffy friendly lamb who loves pottering about. She's the queen of throwing herself over and getting super comfy! She has adapted amazingly after having her incisors removed, I'm really chuffed she loves eating hay like she does. We chop her greens up to make them more manageable but her diet is mostly hay to keep her back teeth properly worn down and tummy full of fibre goodness! Roxie is fantastic at being handled and a very good natured bunny."


Roxie will need a strict diet of hay, minimal veg and no commercial dry pet foods in order to maintain her dental health. She is very good natured and enjoys indoor life with plenty of space to play. She will be fine to live with children and can be bonded with a neutered male providing her diet can be maintained (it's the ideal diet for all bunnies really!).

If you would like to adopt Roxie contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680