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

 

Connie

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Location: private boarding

Connie is a grey and white Dutch bunny who was found roaming stray in the heart of Lancashire. Alas we've been unable to reunite her with her owner so she is now looking for a permanent home. 


Connie has really transformed since coming into our care. She was wary and reserved initially but after some time getting used to her change of circumstances and recuperating from her neuter she has become a confident lady who likes to sit at the front of her pen to say hello (although there may also be an element of hopefulness for some extra food!) Connie is a gentle bunny who enjoys a stroke and tolerates being handled. Being a Dutch bunny also means she is bright and super charming!


We estimate Connie to be around 2 years of age and we've had her neutered, microchipped and has received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination. She can live indoors or out but if the latter it would need to be with a neutered male companion. Connie is ready for adoption now so if you can offer her a home please get in touch.

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

 

Opie & Clemo

FAMILY FRIENDLY

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Location: private boarding

This delightful pair of siblings have been together since birth and are the best of friends. They are approximately 18 weeks old and have been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination.


Opie (ginger, male) and Clemo (white, female) have come from a home with over 50 animals, 30 of which were rabbits - breeding had really got out of control. But remarkably they are sociable little bunnies who are ever so inquisitive and attentive towards people, especially if you have some veggies to offer! They are so sweet and are really keen to interact with you. As you can see they are very beautiful bunnies who will make you smile everyday with their playful, happy antics. 


The bunnies will be suitable to live indoors or out and will make great first time bunnies for any family.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fallon

Location: private boarding

Fallon came into our care in August. She instantly made herself right at home in her foster carer's home and adjusted to her change in life very quickly. She was signed over to our care after unexpectedly having a litter of 6 babies. She was underweight and the babies were not thriving as a result. Her milk dried up sooner than usual, most likely due to her condition, and the whole family needed a lot of extra care. However, Fallon shone the whole time and took everything in her stride and spent many a happy hour eating and pottering. Now separated from her babies and neutered she is ready to find a forever home.


Fallon is canny lady and will happily entertain you if it means they'll be food at the end of it (during and after!). She is inquisitive and keen to know what you are up to but at times is hand shy and much needs you respect this and interact with her on her terms. She enjoys plenty of space to play about and we think given how good she was with her babies she will likely appreciate being bonded with a neutered male companion. The only time Fallon gets upset is when she is picked up. Being lifted off the ground truly unnerves her so interactions need to be kept on her level, but training her to go into  carrier will be a piece of cake with her appetite!


Fallon has been neutered, microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations. She can live indoors or out, but if the latter she must be paired with a neutered male companion.

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

 

 

 

Pancake

SINGLE HOUSE RABBIT

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Location: private boarding

Look at this gorgeous little chap! He's been a half lop look for the last two weeks and his left ear still hasn't decided what it's doing! It makes little Pancake all the more endearing looking, don't you think? Pancake was part of an unplanned litter and the owner could not cope so they came into our care. They were all underweight, including mum but Pancake rapidly piled on weight is the chunkiest of his siblings.


Pancake is a quietly confident boy who enjoys a stroke, especially if you've got some tastey veggies to offer too. He is a really happy little boy who enjoys having lots of space and will ping, ping, ping like a pinball machine when he's playing. It's so delightful to watch. Pancake is a gentle and inquisitive bunny but as puberty is pending he cannot be paired with a female just yet (hormones will likely interfere and disrupt any bond undertaken now), so for the time being we are looking to rehome him as single house bunny.


Pancake has received both combi and RHD2 vaccinations. Once he is around 3 to 4 months old the branch will pay for him to be neutered, 6 weeks following that he can be paired with a female bunny. Pancake is ready for adoption now so please get in touch!

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

 

Imelda

Location: private boarding

Imelda bunny is an absolute beauty! She is a black and white Dutch bunny who we estimate to be around 1 to 2 years of age. She was abandoned at a vets along with another rabbit but it was clear they had been living unhappily together and experienced physical injuries as a result. Since separating and neutering Imelda has transformed into a happy bunny with a typical Dutch personality.


Imelda is a switched on, sassy girl who loves to be out and about. She's always having a nosey at what you are doing and can be really helpful when it comes to distributing food at veggies time! She's quietly cheeky at the moment but in time, once settled in a home, she will no doubt shine and have you wrapped round her paws! She is confident, inquisitive and happy to be pottering around with you.

Imelda will be suited to live indoors or out, but if outdoors she must be paired with a neutered male. Bonnie has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination and is ready for adoption now.

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

 

 

 

 

Daniel

Location: private boarding

Daniel holds a very special place in our hearts. We know little about Daniel. He was found apparently straying, but given the appalling condition he was in it is more likely he was abandoned. From Daniel's physical condition it seems he had been kept confined and inconsistently fed. His hip bones protruded so greatly and his ribs were so apparent, that there was just no muscle tone on him and it was unpleasant to touch him. His coat was an odd shade of yellow brown, almost looking like he was bleached by urine, and his fur felt so oddly tacky and sticky. We can only conclude that he must have been left for long periods unattended. 


Daniel has been in our care for nearly 3 months now recovering from the deprivation he was clearly exposed to in his former life. To ensure there were no underlying health problems Daniel has had blood tests, ultrasound and xrays during his road to recovery and nothing notable was ever found. His condition really was down to a case of neglect. Now Daniel has a beautiful shiny black coat and has gained a really good amount of weight begun to build his muscle tone up. It has been a gradual process but his transformation is a joy to see.


Daniel is so special to us because of his gentle nature. He is so unassuming, takes everything in his stride and is just a content little bun who enjoys life. He's always happy to see us and is ever so loving and gentle. He is such a good lad on health check days and loves the extra tit bits of herbs and cabbage he gets as a reward for sitting on the scales! Despite everything Daniel has been through he just gets on with life in his own sweet way.


Daniel is looking for a home where he can enjoy some peace and quiet and be pampered. We think he is only young, around 1 to 2, and will probably make a loving companion to a female bunny. He will be suitable to live indoors or out and will really benefit from having access to plenty of exercise space 24/7 with leaping ledges/platforms for load bearing exercise.

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

 

Toffee & Pudding

Location: private boarding

Toffee and Pudding are two little girls who were born mid August. They were an unplanned litter and their owner was unable to care for them. They were all underweight and we feared they wouldn't all make it, especially Toffee because she was just skin and bone, but within a couple of weeks of being in our care they rapidly gained weight and now two months later, these beautiful babies are the picture of health!

Toffee is a confident little girl who happily comes bouncing up to you. She's always the first up at the door to her pen and always the first to get stuck into the pile of greens. Toffee enjoys a stroke and will sit happily for them. Toffee is a sweet little girl who can be wriggly when she is handled but soon settles for a cuddle. She absolutely loves to run around at top speed and can be mesmerizing to watch!  

Pudding tends to be lurking in the shadows behind her her siblings when we go to her pen. She is eager to see what we have to offer needs the confidence of her siblings to say hello. Whether she is overshadowed by them or just a little more shy we aren't sure, but once in our hands she enjoys a stroke and can be hand fed, so winning her over won't take you long. She is happiest when she's got plenty of space to run around a binky to her heart's content.


Toffee and Pudding have received both combi and RHD2 vaccinations and when they are older, around 5 months old, the branch will arrange neutering. If this is done at the branch's designated vets in Chorlton the full costs will be covered, if done elsewhere we will pay up £100 each). Pudding and Toffee get on really well together, they will make the perfect companions to each other and a family. They are suitable to live indoors or outdoors (although they are currently living in a shed environment).

If you would like to adopt Toffee & Pudding 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

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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

 

 

 

 

Anya-Rose

Location: private boarding

Anya-Rose came into our care when she was around 6 weeks old. She and her siblings were worryingly underweight and ever so timid. We placed Anya in a foster home to give her the nest chance of pulling through. We are so glad we did because she is now 4 months old and truly thriving.

Alas, one of her litter mates did not make it and she has been lonely since losing him and is desperate for a companion again. Anya just wasn't dished out much in the braves department, so is still a little shy at times but will allow you to hand feed. She has a great appetite for hay, loves to play and does the most amazing binkies. Anya would really love a neutered male husbun who will look after her and love her. She could live in a quiet adult only home where she can please herself or outdoors in a sheltered set up.


Anya has received both the combi and VHD2 vaccination, been microchipped and  the branch will arrange neutering once old enough. If this is done at the branch's designated vets in Chorlton the full costs will be covered, if done elsewhere we will pay up £100 each).

If you would like to adopt Anya-Rose 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

 

Padstow

Location: private boarding

This handsome stag of a rabbit is Padstow. Doesn't he just make you swoon! He certainly think he has cuteness and swagger all sewn up.
Padstow is one of 30 rabbits to come into the National RSPCA's care from one home. In fact altogether there were 50 animals, as breeding had just got out of control. We suspect our Padstow may have been responsible for quite a number of the baby bunnies but his wild oats days are now well and truly behind him, as he was neutered on 16th August!


Padstow has settled in really well and it's clear he had more socialising in the home prior to the population explosion. He is a solid kind of chap, takes things in his stride and just gets on with things. He had a few minor war wounds from his past but otherwise is okay so maybe his hormones made him an assertive buck! He is no longer hormonal and is calm and at ease now and a lovely boy.


We have estimated him at around 2 years of age but he could well be a little older, it's so hard to know. We think Padstow will make an excellent companion for a neutered female and could adapt to life indoors or out. As well as being neutered he has been microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination. He is ready for adoption now so please get in touch if you can offer him a home.

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

 

 

Odin

Location: private boarding

Odin originally came into our care in November 2015 at around 6 weeks old. He was adopted by a couple who unfortunately had a change of circumstances so he has come back into our care. Odin has settled in quickly and is enjoying all the hay he can eat! His owners kept him up to date with both vaccines, he is neutered and microchipped and we've had him at the vets for a check up and he has the all clear for rehoming. This is what his previous owner has to say about him:  

"Odie is an inquisitive and cheeky chappy and full off energy. It is pure joy watching him binky and play. He loves human company and especially getting his cheeks scratched.  He gets on well with children and is always by your side at the sound of the fridge door opening or at the sound of a chopping board.  He’s had free run of a large downstairs area and enjoys knowing what was going on outside from his window ledge seat."  

Odin previously lived as a free range house rabbit and his owners said he was a well behaved boy. It would be great is he could find a permanent new home as a house rabbit again, so he can enjoy the lifestyle he is used to once again.

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

 

 

 

 

 

Beryl

Location: private boarding

Beryl came into our care back in June from a home where breeding had got out of control. She had spent her life living with her sister and raising their multiple litters together and we were told they were the best of friends. Once in our care we monitored them closely and found that they spent as much time as possible avoiding each other, they were stressed living together and as a result each developed ear mites. After a period treatment we are pleased to report that Beryl is back up to full health and happily enjoying life independently from her sister.


Beryl is a large bunny who generally likes to be left to her own devices. She would be ideally suited to outdoor living and although she is nearly 4 years old it would be great to see her paired with a placid, neutered male companion. She likes to do all the bunny things you'd expect, pottering, exploring and playing. She is a fantastic hay eater and we keep her weight down by sticking to a hay and veggies diet only.


Beryl has been neutered and microchipped and has received both the combi vaccination and VHD2 vaccination. She will benefit from a slow, gradual approach to bonding as well plenty of time and patience from her new owner. Beryl is a beauty who just hasn't had the best of life. Please helps us to make it her time to shine.

If you would like to adopt Beryl contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680

 

Atlas

SINGLE HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Atlas and his siblings came into our care when they were just two weeks old.  They were an unplanned litter and as such the owner could not cope. The family were all very underweight and we feared the worst for a number of the babies but miraculously within 2 weeks they had turned a corner and were thriving, bouncing baby bunnies. 


Atlas is a sweet little boy who can be a little timid but once he knows you he will run to greet you, nudge your hands for food and settle down for a head scratch. He loves to explore but often waits for one his siblings to go first!


Atlas has been received both the combi vaccine and the rhd2 vaccine and when he is old enough the branch will pay for him to be neutered. As he is due to reach puberty soon he cannot be paired with a female bunny because his hormones will most likely disrupt the bond. For the time being he is is looking to be rehomed as a single house bunny, although  ideally he could do with a companion in the future. Atlas is best suited to a home where any children are of secondary school age and over.  If you can offer him a loving home please get in touch.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ice & Cream

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Location: foster home

Ice and Cream are a cute pair of boys who are looking for a new home together. The cheeky duo were sadly abandoned in a park over the summer, and after a few weeks in foster care ensuring they really are the best of friends, they are now ready to find a forever home.

The boys are quite similar in looks and personality. You can tell the difference between them because Ice is slightly bigger and has a fluffier mane. Cream is smaller, smoother and has tiny little Netherland Dwarf ears. We suspect they are brothers who are a cross between neddy and lionhead. They are definitely a small breed and we think they are are around 1 years old, so are fully grown.

They can regularly be found playing in their run and they like to hop in the fresh air.  They both like to make little dens in their hay which is endearing to see. They enjoy water from a bowl and love their spring greens and broccoli and regularly enjoy a range of fresh herbs. Once they get too know you they will run up to you for face strokes! 


We don't often rehome males as a pair, but the boys have now been neutered and have stayed friends throughout all the changes in their lives over the last few months. We are confident that they enjoy being together and want to see them rehomed as a pair. Ideally they will be the only rabbits in the home, as proximity to other bunnies could cause the bond between them to breakdown. The boys have been microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations. They are currently living outdoors but could transition to indoor living in a quiet home.

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