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 in March is £20 per rabbit or £35 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

 

 

 

Amarella

Location: private boarding

Amarella is our own little mother Teresa here at the branch, she was rescued back in January from terrible conditions with not one but two litters of babies. She was being repeatedly bred from so our poor girl had given birth to six bundles of joy just 4 weeks after giving birth to two others. Our inspectors got her just in time as many of her babies were weak and she was extremely skinny and covered in urine. Thankfully after a couple of months recuperation she is thriving and has begun to loose her yellow stained coat,although the pictures of her do suggest otherwise! Her babies have now been separated and have started to find homes of their own so after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped she is finally ready for some attention.


Amarella was extremely skittish when she first arrived, having being used as a baby making machine rather than being loved like all companion animals should be. Thankfully a bit of time and patience goes a long way, add in some curly kale and we now have a much more confident bunny. She hops around, comes to investigate new people and is starting to enjoy life as a foot loose and fancy free woman. She still needs to be approached sensitively and she’ll avoid being handled, but she’s never been reactive or even struggled, you can just see how worried she gets when out of her comfort zone.


Amarella is looking for a home with an understanding owner who will allow her the time to settle in at her own pace. She was neutered on the 1st March so is ready to be reserved for bonding from the 29th March. However, given her past experience of male rabbits she will likely need a very placid companion.

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

 

Gloria

Location: private boarding

Gloria is a big and beautiful black rabbit around 2 years old. She’s found herself in our care after being rescued from dirty and cramped conditions; multiple rabbits were being kept in tiny cages with insufficient provision for their care but thankfully Gloria is now with us and after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped she is ready for adoption.  

Gloria has been with us a few weeks and we are steadily gaining her trust and we can see that food is close to her heart, as is being nosey! She likes to keep a close eye on us, maybe it’s so she’s ready to run away when we try and health check her or maybe she just likes being part of the action. Like most large ladies she isn’t easy to handle and prefers interaction on ground level especially when veg is part of the deal!

Gloria was neutered on the 7th December so can be reserved for bonding from the 4th January. She will require a spacious home with plenty of fresh hay and tasty greens. Please note we will only reserve rabbits for 7 days at a time.

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

 

 

 

 

Paige

Location: private boarding

Paige is a stunning fawn coloured rabbit around 2 years old. She is looking for a new home after she was rescued from a property with over 50 rabbits living in poor conditions. Breeding was out of control and the owner was unable to cope with the situation. Paige came to us with 6 beautiful baby bunnies which have now fled the nest so after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped she is ready to find a home of her own. Paige was reserved for bonding at the end of last year but sadly they didn’t take to one another. We did, however, get a good insight into her character being in a home:

“Well Paige is definitely a clever bunny and loves all her toys and treats. She eats more than any other rabbit I’ve ever known; stripping her 7ft run of grass in a day and making rapid progress across my whole garden! She showed no behaviour relating to burrowing out, but she quickly learnt which doors opened with a little extra effort so she needs a sturdy enclosure or she’ll be off! Paige gained a lot of confidence whilst with us and although like most rabbits she doesn’t particularly like being picked up she will definitely come up to you for food and a head stroke. Paige was completely un-phased by our cat and the goings on of the outdoors.”  

Paige is ideally looking for a neutered male rabbit to be bonded with as she is happiest in an outdoor setting. Her new partner needs to be accepting of a bossy, young lass. Her new owner will need to have a good supply of fresh hay and veg and a large secure enclosure to keep her safe.  

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

 

Belinda

Location: private boarding

Belinda is an absolutely stunning English spot rabbit around 2 to 3 years old. She was found stray with no sign of an owner so we neutered, vaccinated and microchipped her at the rabbit specialist vets we use and just when we thought she was ready for adoption we all got a bit of a shock. Not only did she pull out the stitches from her neutering site TWICE which involved her being admitted to the vets for a few days for sedation and a re-stitch on two consecutive weeks, but she then also had a bad reaction to the injectable medication which resulted in a nasty formation of scabs appearing all over her back! Our poor girl was in a right state after all of this, not only was she stressed from repeated vet trips but she also had to wear a soft cone to stop her chewing herself. The fur on her back was shaved so that antibiotic cream could be applied to the scabs and it looked so sore that we were unsure if the fur would ever grow back, but after just a few short weeks she looks amazing and almost back to her old self. Our Belinda is obviously a very sensitive girl but thankfully is now ready for adoption!

Belinda was a little skittish at first (quite typical of her breed) and obviously confused by all the change, but she is starting to settle down now and is quickly growing in confidence. Food has been the way to her heart and has helped us coax her over when she’s needed medication. Like most rabbits she avoids being picked up but she never tells us off or stomps, she just tolerates it knowing she’ll get a treat at the end. She’s been a star patient throughout her ordeal which we are very grateful for!   Belinda likes a good explore and will no doubt enjoy a large enclosure full of furniture and hidey holes. When she thinks no one’s watching we see her fly round her pen, up and over the wooden castle and through the tunnels, it’s lovely to see her so happy and healthy.  

Belinda was neutered on the 26th November so is ready to be reserved for bonding. She could live indoors or out with a bunny friend but will need a quiet home environment as she can be a timid/flighty lady typical of the English Spot breed. If you would like her as a single house bunny then an adult only home would be best. Belinda is now healthy and on no medication, she just needs a home to complete her long journey.

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

 

Bobby

Watch a video of Bobby here!

Location: private boarding

Bobby is an 12 month old bunny who has been in our care for 10 months recovering from unimaginable cruelty. To read more about his story please see our blog.


Bobby is our little fighter and certainly one of our rehabilitation triumphs for 2016. Bobby is the type of animal that we loose sleepless nights over, motivate us to get up in the morning and make our work so worthwhile when they finally find a forever home. We are now appealing for that special forever home for this wonderful young chap who is desperate to find a place of his own where he can take over your heart and your home.

Bobby loves to binky and is yearning for the opportunity for more space (room of his own or free range) so he can practice for the bunolympics. Although he is in a 7ft pen he really wants to play out more and become a little adventurer. Now Bobby is well he has discovered the joy of cardboard boxes and dig boxes. Previously he just enjoyed running through tunnels and sitting on top of a box, as a vantage point, but nowadays he loves to play. He enjoys shredding newspaper and chewing cardboard boxes and it keeps him occupied for hours.


It is difficult for us to ascertain if Bobby would appreciate the company of other rabbits, as he is frequently marking his territory, including spraying urine in his foster home where other rabbits live nearby. His toilet habits have worsened of late and is no longer using his litter tray, so most people would find it difficult to have him as a house rabbit, although this potentially might improve if he lives on his own. It's hardly surprising he is so defensive towards other rabbits considering his past experiences, but at the same time we do not want to rule out him having a female companion. He is used to living alongside other animals including a  small dog, who he is not remotely concerned about. It may be more suitable for him to (exceptionally) live alone outdoors so long as someone was out most days with him, maybe pottering in the garden.


If you can offer this little trooper a home for life then please get in touch. 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daphne

Watch a video of Daphne here!

Location: foster home

Meet our special girl Daphne, she is around 2 years old and has been in our care recuperating since October 2016. She was rescued from a property with 7 rabbits in total, all kept in very poor conditions and being indiscriminately bred from. She was neutered, vaccinated and microchipped by a rabbit specialist vet but after a few weeks she was still deeply distressed so she’s been receiving some extra TLC in foster care.  


Daphne has made amazing progress thanks to her foster mum. After being very timid and skittish when she first arrived she is now as confident as most of the rabbits in our care and has even been described as cheeky! Daphne is now approaching people for head strokes and food and when her foster mum goes to clean out her litter tray each day Daphne will hop over and tug on her sleeve if she hasn’t brought her something green and tasty! She is also an extremely clean rabbit who does all of her toileting in a tray so is very easy to clean up after.


Daphne has made friends with the neighbourhood cat and will purposely hop over to sit next to him and rub noses through her pen. So we believe she is likely to be up for some bunny companionship. Whilst she avoids being picked up she is never aggressive and she is starting to enjoy human attention more and more but she would prefer living outdoors. 


Daphne would be an ideal friend for a neutered male rabbit living outdoors in a spacious enclosure. She is neutered so can now be reserved for bonding. Please note we only reserve rabbits for 7 days at a time.  

If you would like to adopt Daphne contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Roman

Location: private boarding

Roman is a handsome fella of a generous size. He is around 2 years old and is looking for a new home after being rescued from inadequate and cramped conditions; multiple rabbits were being kept in tiny cages with very little provision but thankfully Roman is now with us and after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped he is ready for adoption.

Roman came in to as a shy boy, clearly traumatised by his previous life experience, but forward 3 months and he has become a staff favourite! Roman has won us round  with his sweet, gentle nature and his large, lovable, wayward ears. He will now hop over to say hello and have a stroke, in a sweet, unassuming way. Being black and a laid back character we are worried his ample charms are being overlooked. He is such a loving lad with oodles of potential and once in his forever home we know he will simply shine.

Roman was neutered on the 6th December so is now ready for bonding with a neutered lady friend. He would be suitable to live in a large outdoor enclosure with a new lady friend or indoors in a relaxed home environment.

If you would like to adopt Roman contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

Bea

Location: private boarding

Bea is an 11 week old baby bunny who was locked in a 3ft hutch and left to starve to death. If that wasn’t bad enough she was crammed in there with 5 of her siblings and her mother. It appears that after failing to rehome the animals on a free ad site the owners just gave up altogether looking after them. Thankfully the National RSPCA was alerted to their plight and the Police assisted in their rescue.

All the bunnies are incredibly attentive and confident and love food and attention in that order! They always come running up to their pen door to greet you – they are just so sweet! They have been in our care for one month and we are finally able to release them for rehoming. During their time with us they have been examined twice by exotic vet specialists and received the combi vaccination. They will be neutered and microchipped once old enough.  

The bunnies are hoping to go from rags to riches once they are adopted so we felt it only fitting that we give them all Royal names! The bunnies are looking for homes either in female pairs (Alice), whereas the boys will need to be rehomed as single house bunnies until they are old enough to be castrated and can then be paired if you choose.

If you would like to adopt Bea contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Charlie

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Charlie is an 11 week old baby bunny who was locked in a 3ft hutch and left to starve to death. If that wasn’t bad enough he was crammed in there with 5 of her siblings and her mother. It appears that after failing to rehome the animals on a free ad site the owners just gave up altogether looking after them. Thankfully the National RSPCA was alerted to their plight and the Police assisted in their rescue.

All the bunnies are incredibly attentive and confident and love food and attention in that order! They always come running up to their pen door to greet you – they are just so sweet! They have been in our care for one month and we are finally able to release them for rehoming. During their time with us they have been examined twice by exotic vet specialists and received the combi vaccination. They will be neutered and microchipped once old enough.  

The bunnies are hoping to go from rags to riches once they are adopted so we felt it only fitting that we give them all Royal names! Charlie needs a home as single house bunny until he's old enough to be castrated and can then he can be paired with a lady bunny if you choose.

If you would like to adopt Charlie contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Chunk

Location: private boarding

Say hello to our lad Chunk. He is a 2 year old rabbit best appreciated from a distance where he doesn’t know you’re watching him! He is looking for a new home after he was rescued from poor, cramped conditions along with multiple other animals. He has been with us nearly 4 months but we are only releasing him for adoption now as it has taken him so long to recover from his past experiences and learnt to trust us.


Chunk was very timid when he first arrived, having clearly had little, if any, positive interaction with people before. This had made him wary of us but over time he has mellowed out a little and is starting to trust us. When he doesn’t realise we are spying on him we see him jump on his castle, binky around the pen and just generally have a great time, but when we approach he will sit still and keep a cautious eye on us. He isn’t an aggressive rabbit, so health checks and claw clipping are easy enough, but he doesn’t yet see people as friends, he prefers to sit next to a neighbouring pen than to us.


Chunk has won the proud prize of being a ‘staff favourite’; Deb tells us how he won the title:


‘I can’t lie, to begin with I just loved Chunk because I knew no one else would. He was black, fully grown, and anti social; pretty much the worst combination of traits for adoption. But over the past few months I’ve gained a genuine love for the little rabbit. He came in scared to death having lived his 2 short years in a cramped, filthy hutch with very little human interaction so his timid nature was to be expected but slowly he started to round. He still won’t come running over to greet me or delight in being picked up but he’ll sniff my hand and allow me the pleasure of a few head strokes and he has never once grunted, chewed or even so much as stamped in protest as being health checked.

He’s a mild mannered bunny who just needs someone to give him time to settle in. We have plenty of rabbits in our care who get attention from prospective adopters by being cheeky, confident or just super cute but Chunk gets overlooked every time because he’s quiet, well behaved and doesn’t make a fuss. Whoever does give this lovely lad a chance I’m sure will be rewarded with an easy bunny to care for.’


Chunk was neutered on the 1st of November so is ready now to be bonded with a neutered female rabbit in need of a companion. He would be happy living outdoors with a bunny friend and plenty places to investigate or indoors in peaceful adult only home.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betty

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Betty is the most remarkable little lady and we have nothing but pride for this special trooper. She came into our care having been horribly attacked by another rabbit after the owner didn't know you have to introduce rabbits gradually over a period of time. Betty had suffered considerable bite wounds around her body including her face and required treatment for the infected injuries. It took four weeks before she was ready for adoption but that just meant we got to enjoy her company a bit longer before finding her a forever home.


What is absolutely incredible about this little girl is her sweet nature and zest for life. She seems virtually bomb-proof and so happy-go-lucky! We absolute adore this little girl and we are really hopeful that she is not emotionally scarred by what happened and will consider a friend in the future. One thing for sure is that she would make an amazing house rabbit - she is so confident, friendly and clean.


Betty is too young to be neutered yet but this will be done by the branch once she is old enough. She would make an ideal addition to any family home and will tolerate living alongside other animals like cats and dogs.

If you would like to adopt Betty contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

Merry

RESERVED

Location: private boarding

Merry is approximately 5 to 6 month old Otter lop who has come into our care after being rescued from a tiny cramped hutch that she was sharing with her sister. Due to Merry being bullied and underweight the two were separated. Merry then spent a few weeks in foster care weight gaining before being neutered. She now has the all clear and is look for a forever home. This is what her foster mum has to say about her:


“Merry loves a cuddle and is very nosey. She really likes jumping on top of things to look out and having lots of space to run around. She has oodles of confidence and is just typical, friendly, lively young bunny. Merry preferred drinking her water out of a bowl instead of out a bottle and she just loves eating lots of different greens!”

It’s reassuring to hear that Merry seems unscathed by her past experiences and we are hopeful that she will be happy to have a neutered male companion or live as a single house rabbit. Merry was neutered on 9th March and will be available for bonding from 6th April.

If you would like to adopt Merry contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

 

Chipper

Location: private boarding

Chipper is a handsome brown and white Rex rabbit around 2 years old. He is looking for a new home after he was rescued from filthy, cramped conditions. When he first arrived his nails were so long that they were curling back on themselves so he is now much more comfortable and enjoying a clean and spacious enclosure.


In the short time we have had Chipper he has really come out of his shell. Understandably Chipper didn’t have a good association with people so we have been gently coaxing him with food and allowing him to settle in slowly. He is loving all the extra space and is making good use of every inch. We normally find him on top of a wooden castle or in a tunnel. We recently made a breakthrough and were allowed two lovely head strokes in return for a treat so we can see that Chipper is making progress but we need to take it slow and keep it on his terms. We are sure that once fully settled in a new home he will be hopping out to say hello and readily enjoying a tickle. Seeing his slow but sure transformation is just a delight and will no doubt bring much pleasure to his new family too.


Chipper has won the proud prize of being a ‘staff favourite’; Deb tells us how he won the title:


‘The reason why I love Chipper is because he came in with lots of other bunnies all of which were scared to death having lived a very sheltered life, and we thought that it’d be impossible to bring them round. But after just a couple of weeks he was grabbing veg out of my hand and rattling at his pen door for more food and attention. I couldn’t believe the transformation. Now he’s too cheeky if anything, pulling at my coat sleeve if I dare to cuddle him for too long or climbing up the wooden castle to get an extra mouthful of ready grass as I walk past, He’s just great! It helps that he’s beautiful too, such soft, plush fur you just want to rub your face in him, he’d never allow it obviously. I have a picture of him living free range in someone’s living room, jumping up onto the sofa and stealing a biscuit off the coffee table or throwing a cardboard box out of his way which his owner thought he’d enjoy, he’s such a character.

Understandably there are still times when something spooks him or signs of his past show, but generally he’s just an absolute credit to rabbit kind. ‘ Chipper is looking for a home with a patient and understanding owner who will allow him to go about his business without too much handling or pressure to socialise with people in the early days. He was neutered on the 1st November so can be reserved for bonding. He would be the perfect companion for a bunny lady living outdoors who needs some company or someone seeking a handsome hunk for the house.

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

 

 

Cassidy

Location: private boarding

Come and meet our fluffy faced boy Cassidy. He’s around 2 years old and is looking for a new home after he was abandoned in a box outside a property that his owner had vacated along with another unneutered male. The boys couldn’t be kept together due to fighting so after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped Cassidy is ready for a fresh start.

It took Cassidy a couple of months to settle in. When he first arrived he was grumpy and confused by all the change, not to mention hormonal, but he’s now calmed down considerably and is turning into quite the charmer. He’s always eager to meet us, whether that’s actually because he likes us or the treats we’re carrying is another matter, but it’s never difficult to get his attention. He’s easy enough to scoop up and as long as you’re quick, he’ll tolerate his health checks and pedicures well. Strokes and a quick brush of his manly mane are welcomed if accompanied by treats but he will let you know if you’ve crossed the line with a stamp of feet or head butt.

Cassidy was neutered on the 30th January so can be reserved for bonding or live as a single house rabbit. He would ideally suit an experienced rabbit adopter who is will be sensitive to his needs.

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

 

 

 

 

Letty & Lucille

Location: private boarding

Letty and Lucille are two gorgeous large ladies around 2 years old. They found themselves in our care after being rescued from inadequate and cramped conditions; multiple rabbits were being kept in tiny, sometimes make-shift, cages with very little provision but thankfully they are now with us and after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped are ready for adoption.

Letty and Lucille haven’t been with us long but they have been friendly and calm rabbits from day one. They love their greens and their head strokes and are just too nosey to bother about us getting in their way. Letty is the ginger lady who can’t quite decide if she has lopped ears or not, it seems to change each day! Lucille is the black otter who is ever so slightly more confident than her sister. We don’t know the girls that well yet but we already love them and are looking forward to seeing more of their character as the days go by.

The girls are looking for a home together; they will need a spacious home with plenty of fresh hay and veg and would be ideal living indoors as part of a family. They are not British giant size but are big girls - all the more to love!

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

 

Terence

Location: private boarding

Terence wants to meet you! He’s a 2 year old stunning English Spot with good manners and a taste for curly kale. Terence is looking for a new home after his taste for adventure proved too much for his owner to cope with. Terence was always escaping from his home and wondering stray so he has been signed over so we can find him a secure property with plenty to keep him occupied. Since coming into our care Terence has been neutered, vaccinated (combi and RHD2) and microchipped.


Terence is a good boy who accepts strokes and doesn’t protest at being picked up. He never gives us any trouble during health checks and is always grateful for his kale and cabbage once he’s done. He’s quickly making his way up our favourite list just because he’s a nice, sociable, straight forward bun which is such a pleasure for us.


Terence is looking for a home either indoors or out with a neutered female. He will be 6 weeks post op on the 25th February. If going outdoors he will need an extra sturdy enclosure where there is no possible chance of escape! But as long as he has company and lots to do we are sure he wouldn’t want to. Please note we only reserve rabbits for 7 days.  

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

 

 

Rita

Location: private boarding

Rita is a big and beautiful black rabbit around 2 years old. She’s found herself in our care after being rescued from inadequate and cramped conditions; multiple rabbits were being kept in tiny cages with very little provision but thankfully Rita is now with us and after being neutered, vaccinated and microchipped she is ready for adoption.

Rita only came to us a short time ago so we are still bonding with her and gaining trust but we can see from our short time together that food is close to her heart, as is being nosey! She likes to keep a close eye on us, maybe it’s so she’s ready to run away when we try and health check her or maybe she just likes being part of the action. Like most large ladies she isn’t easy to handle and prefers interaction on ground level especially when veg is part of the deal!


Rita was neutered on the 6th December so can be reserved for bonding from the 3rd January. She will require a spacious home with plenty of fresh hay and tasty greens. Rita is not of British Giant size but she is a large lady! Please note we will only reserve rabbits for 7 days at a time.

If you would like to adopt Rita contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shirley

Location: private boarding

Shirley is a larger than life character who will fill any home with her fun, love and antics. Shirley is approximately 18 months old and has been signed over to the RSPCA. The small animals in the home (including her) were found to be living in inadequate conditions. Shirley is a large lop rabbit and was being kept in a 3ft hutch with just a flimsy metal pen to exercise in. Unsurprisingly she was always escaping and straying so now she is with us to find a home that will worship this wonderful wabbit.


From the moment we all met Shirley we knew we had the most fantastic personality on our hands. She oozes confidence like you wouldn’t believe, she bustles around and doesn’t care two hoots if you are in the way, and she is not backward in coming forward when she wants something. Perhaps best described as a diva, this bunny girl would be right up there in our top ten of who we’d want to adopt if we had any space left in our homes that is!


Shirley is incredibly beautiful and endearing and we find her character simply addictive! However, she is not for the feint hearted so you probably need to be as equally confident as her and happy to share your home with her, or rather you share Shirley’s home!

Ideally she will be rehomed as a house rabbit with her own room or with free access to lots of space. She was neutered on 6th February and will be ready for bonding with a neutered male from the beginning of March. Please note we can only reserve animals for 7 days.

If you would like to adopt Shirley contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Meryl

Location: private boarding

Meryl is a beautiful rabbit around 1 year old who has a thirst for life that is simply infectious! Meryl was abandoned in a hamster cage in an outbuilding along with a cat. We suspect she had lived her life in that hamster cage because since coming into our care she has been making the most of her new found freedom and she is so happy!


Meryl is too clever for her own good. You are going to have to be on your toes with this one! She's a jumper, climber, investigator - you name it! She is such an adventure bunny and fearless with it. She is incredibly gentle in nature and once you have her in your arms she is good as gold - you just have to catch her first! She is such a sweet littel lady who will always come running for her veggies.


Meryl will need a secure home with plenty of space, ideally her own room or free range or with a secure outdoor set up (if paired with a neutered male bunny). She was neutered on 22nd February and has been vaccinated and micro chipped too.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bjorn

IDEAL HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Gorgeous boy Bjorn is a 1 year old Rex rabbit with fur so plush you just can’t help snuggling into him. He is in our care after being rescued from a tiny, filthy hutch where he was being kept with another unneutered male. unsurprisingly they had been fighting so were quickly separated. Bjorn was then neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and after being given the all clear by our rabbit specialist vet he is ready for a fresh start.

Bjorn has a personality to match his stunning good looks; he’s friendly, tolerant of handling and normally too busy chomping on some veg or treats to mind what’s going on around him. It quickly became obvious that Bjorn had to be rehomed as a house rabbit as he thrives when given attention and never fails to put a smile on our faces. When approached sensibly with food Bjorn is guaranteed to be your best friend.

Bjorn was neutered on the 8th February so can be reserved for bonding with a neutered female from the 22nd March, alternatively he can be reserved right away as a single house bunny. Bjorn would be suitable to live in a family home but needs to be indoors only as he is so wonderfully friendly.

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

 

 

Alice

Location: private boarding

Alice is an 11 week old baby bunny who was locked in a 3ft hutch and left to starve to death. If that wasn’t bad enough she was crammed in there with 5 of her siblings and her mother. It appears that after failing to rehome the animals on a free ad site the owners just gave up altogether looking after them. Thankfully the National RSPCA was alerted to their plight and the Police assisted in their rescue.

All the bunnies are incredibly attentive and confident and love food and attention in that order! They always come running up to their pen door to greet you – they are just so sweet! They have been in our care for one month and we are finally able to release them for rehoming. During their time with us they have been examined twice by exotic vet specialists and received the combi vaccination. They will be neutered and microchipped once old enough.  

The bunnies are hoping to go from rags to riches once they are adopted so we felt it only fitting that we give them all Royal names! The bunnies are looking for homes either in female pairs (Little Bea), whereas the boys will need to be rehomed as single house bunnies until they are old enough to be castrated and can then be paired if you choose.

If you would like to adopt Alice contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

Andrew

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Andrew is an 11 week old baby bunny who was locked in a 3ft hutch and left to starve to death. If that wasn’t bad enough he was crammed in there with 5 of her siblings and her mother. It appears that after failing to rehome the animals on a free ad site the owners just gave up altogether looking after them. Thankfully the National RSPCA was alerted to their plight and the Police assisted in their rescue.

All the bunnies are incredibly attentive and confident and love food and attention in that order! They always come running up to their pen door to greet you – they are just so sweet! They have been in our care for one month and we are finally able to release them for rehoming. During their time with us they have been examined twice by exotic vet specialists and received the combi vaccination. They will be neutered and microchipped once old enough.  

The bunnies are hoping to go from rags to riches once they are adopted so we felt it only fitting that we give them all Royal names! Charlie needs a home as single house bunny until he's old enough to be castrated and can then he can be paired with a lady bunny if you choose.

If you would like to adopt Andrew contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Audrey

HOUSE RABBIT

Watch a video of Audrey here!

Location: foster care

Audrey is a gorgeous, Dutch cross who is around 3 years old. She has come into RSPCA care because her owner was unable to cope. It was love at first sight for us all when we met Audrey and she was soon named after her foster mum’s heroine, Audrey Hepburn. This is what her foster mum has to say about her:  

“It has been a pleasure looking after Audrey, whoever adopts her is very lucky! Here are is a list of things about her personality:

As you can see Audrey would make an ideal house rabbit but would thrive the most living amongst adults or with a family with teenage children where there won’t be sudden noises, changes or movement. Audrey has really lived up to her elegant name-sake and will delight any rabbit lover with her beautiful personality. Audrey has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and is ready for bonding with a neutered male bunny if you wish. 

If you would like to adopt Audrey contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Izzy

Location: private boarding

Izzy is a marvellous bunny who survived near starvation when she and her 6, 8 week old babies were left to starve to death in a 3 foot hutch.  It appears that after failing to rehome the animals on a free ad site the owners just gave up altogether looking after them. Thankfully the National RSPCA was alerted to their plight and the Police assisted in their rescue. The whole family are now doing brilliantly and Izzy is now strong and healthy enough to be neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

Izzy is a fabulous rabbit who has the most amazing temperament, typical of Dutch-like bunnies. We estimate her at being no older than one and she is a bag of cheekiness and delight. She spends most of her day on top of the wooden rabbit castle surveying her kingdom and looking down on the other bunnies. As soon as a pen door opens then she runs towards whoever is entering either to greet them or to attempt to escape! She accepts head strokes and presents of veg from passers-by and happily hops around our feet whilst we attempt to fuss the other bunnies. She is clearly loving her new found freedom and it's a joy to see her transformed.

Some lucky person will have a great time trying to keep up with Izzy! She is looking for a house to call her own with plenty of things to hop up onto and some people to adore her. She was neutered on the 22nd of March so can be reserved for bonding from the 19th April or straight away as a single house bunny.

If you would like to adopt Izzy contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Zara

Location: private boarding

If a small but spirited 5 month old heart breaker is what you’re looking for then Zara is the girl for you. She came into our care after being rescued from a tiny cramped hutch which she was sharing with her sister. The pair were rescued by our inspectors but due to Zara being a bit of a bully the two were separated. Since being neutered she has calmed down considerably, she did start nesting so we expect that raging hormones weren’t helping matters, so all is forgiven and she is now looking for a new home possibly with a neutered bunny boy for company.

Zara is small in size but has a big personality. She is confident when it suits her but can be dismissive of us if we interrupt her at an inconvenient time. We are sure that in the home she’ll be much more obliging as she’ll finally get the space and attention she so rightly deserves. Strokes are accepted if treats are given in exchange and anyone carrying some curly kale instantly goes up in her estimation. For a bunny who we’d still class as being a baby she sure has a good grasp of the world!

Zara is looking for a home with an experienced rabbit adopter. She was neutered on the 1st March so can be reserved for bonding from the 29th of March, but any prospective mate will need to be placid.

If you would like to adopt Zara contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.