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

 

 

Gherkin

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Location: private boarding

Gherkin's 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 Gherkin's poor mum found herself homeless in the first place.


Just like all her siblings Gherkin is an incredibly confident and friendly little girl who loves to greet us. She is definitely not shy in sharing her affections and is always happy to see a handful of veggies coming her way! Gherkin can be rehomed with one of her sisters or can be paired with a neutered male rabbit. She was born on 31st May and has received the combi vaccine so far and once 10 weeks old will be given the RHD2 vaccine too.

Once old enough the branch will pay for her to be neutered and vaccinated too. Gherkin can live indoors or out (the latter with a rabbit companion) and will make a great addition to a family home.  

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

 

Darren

Location: private boarding

This trinket of a little boy is Darren. He was being kept in a  garden with many other rabbits just left to fend for themselves. None were neutered and breeding had got out of control. We've been affectionately calling him Dirty Daz because he his reportedly the father of two litters of bunnies we currently have in our care! In all fairness this little lad has calmed right down since being neutered on 18th June and he is nothing but a little sweetheart.

He always comes bounding over to greet us and is always happy for a fuss. Darren really puts a smile on our faces when we spend time with him, as he is genuinely such a lovely boy. We estimate Darren to be around 18 months to 2 years old. He is a confident boy and will be suited to most homes (indoors or out). If he is to live outdoors then he will need to paired with a neutered female companion. If you would like to meet our dinky delight (he weighs 1.5kgs) then please get in touch.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wolfie

HOUSE RABBIT

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Location: private boarding

This wonderful little boy is Wolfie. He and his two brothers gave us quite a surprise when a fluffy nest and nude babies were found writhing in it. We had no idea mum was pregnant (this is typical of female rabbits) and she had been found stray and was booked in for neutering just two days later!


Wolfie and his brothers have been exceptionally friendly little bunnies since they were able to potter about. They have always enjoyed social interaction and are always running up to greet us.


Born on 24th April Wolfie has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations, and will be neutered as soon as he is ready. For the time being he cannot be paired with another rabbit because hormones will interfere with any bond, so we are looking to rehome him as a single house bunny for the time being.

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

 

 

Wonka

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

I bet you can't guess why this gorgeous chocolate coloured bunny was named Wonka?! He and his two brothers gave us quite a surprise when a fluffy nest and nude babies were found writhing in it. We had no idea mum was pregnant (this is typical of female rabbits) and she had been found stray and was booked in for neutering just two days later!


Wonka and his brothers have been exceptionally friendly little bunnies since they were able to potter about. They have always enjoyed social interaction and are always running up to greet us.


Born on 24th April Wonka has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations, and will be neutered as soon as he is ready. For the time being he cannot be paired with another rabbit because hormones will interfere with any bond, so we are looking to rehome him as a single house bunny for the time being.

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

 

 

Walrus

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

When this little boy was round 3 weeks of age he was fully furred and tottering but had crazy whiskers just like a Walrus so we named him....Walrus! He still retains the most amazing whiskers we have ever seen so he must have Rex rabbit in him, although neither of his siblings do!


Wonka and his two brothers gave us quite a surprise when a fluffy nest and nude babies were found writhing in it. We had no idea mum was pregnant (this is typical of female rabbits) and she had been found stray and was booked in for neutering just two days later!


Wonka and his brothers have been exceptionally friendly little bunnies since they were able to potter about. They have always enjoyed social interaction and are always running up to greet us.


Born on 24th April Wonka has received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations, and will be neutered as soon as he is ready. For the time being he cannot be paired with another rabbit because hormones will interfere with any bond, so we are looking to rehome him as a single house bunny for the time being.

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 the combi vaccine so far and once 10 weeks old will be given the RHD2 vaccine too. 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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Viktor

Location: private boarding

Viktor is a special bunny. We've all grown very attached to him over the last few weeks he's been with us due to his unassuming nature and Eeyore-like acceptance of life! Nothing seems to phase Viktor, he just seems to quietly get on with life. So much so that we began to worry about his apparent subdued nature (coupled with some weight loss) so we ran some blood tests to be on the safe side. He was found to have mild anaemia but nothing else underlying, so after a course of treatment and several weeks of monitoring by the vets he has been given the all clear for rehoming.


We suspect Viktor is around 3 years of age, or maybe older. Frustratingly we don't know anything about him because he was found stray. Sadly no one ever came forward for him but it means that we have had the pleasure of getting to know this wonderful chap, and hopefully one of you will do very soon. He is so calm and gentle and makes us love him all the more for being so sweet. He has such a great appetite for hay that makes us think of Eeyore all the more!


We think Eeyore, sorry Viktor, will make a smashing husbun. We can picture him snuggling up to a ladybun,  grooming her lovingly and being a loyal companion,  but he will always have time for cuddles and fusses with you too. Viktor has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccination. He can live outdoors with a friend or indoors in a quiet home.

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

 

 

 

 

 

Storm

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

This dinky little boy is Storm. He was born in our care on 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. Storm 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.


Little Storm currently lives very happily with his brother Thunder, but with them both being prepubescent we can't guarantee they will remain friends once their hormones kick in. We will consider rehoming them together if the adopter is able to offer them a home for life whether they stay together or not. Otherwise we we are looking to home them as single house rabbits until they are old enough to be neutered (which we pay for) and can then be paired with a female.


Storm and his brother are very friendly bunnies and when you sit in their enclosure they climb all over you and even snuggle into your neck. They ping and binky all over the place and love to jump on boxes and explore their tunnels and hideyholes. The boys are also really well litter trained, which is remarkable given their age, even their poops go in their trays! They have been handled since very young but are still wriggly and evade capture, such is the bunny way. But do persevere with their handling if you feel confident to do so.


Both boys have received the combi vaccine and will receive the RHD2 vaccination and be microchipped before they leave our care. The branch will pay for them to be neutered once they are old enough.

If you would like to adopt Storm 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.

 

 

 

Laurel

Location: private boarding

When it comes to choosing a new furry friend what do most of us look for? Cute, friendly and affectionate? Well then look no further because our little Laurel is the full package! Laurel came into our care as a new born. An anonymous tip off led RSPCA inspectors to a property where many rabbits were being left to breed; 25 rabbits had already been abandoned in an alleyway just a few days before!

Laurel is a survivor against all odds and is extra special to us all. Born around 26th March this pretty young lady is now looking for a forever home where she will be either paired with a neutered male bunny or live as a much loved single house bunny. She has had her combi and RHD2 vaccinations and will be neutered and microchipped by the branch in due course. If you would like to meet this little lady then please get in touch!

If you would like to adopt Laurel contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selina

Location: private boarding

Selina was abandoned outside a school along with two male rabbits. None of them were neutered and it was evident from their coats and injuries they had been kept confined together and had not lived happily at all. The boys were covered in urine staining and bite wounds, but Selina took her chance to break free and gave National RSPCA inspectors the run around for two weeks, evading capture! Eleven days after entering our care we were greeted with a quite a surprise, well, three in fact! Selina had given birth without any signs of pregnancy and just before we were about to neuter her. Three of the most adorable baby boys were gifted to us by Selina and she dutifully looked after them. We suspect this wasn't the first time she'd given birth and probably the reason why all the rabbits were abandoned.

Selina has now finished her nursing duties and has been neutered, microchiped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccinations. We think she is around 3 years of age, is petite in size and a generally content, self contained little lady. She's never shown any signs of unhappiness to other rabbits, despite her past life, and was a great mum to her boys. Selina would probably prefer to be an outdoor rabbit, as we think that's what she has been used to, but other than plenty of space to play and veggies to eat we don't think she has many more demands to place!


Selina is a different bunny to the one who first arrived, she is now calm, content and relaxed. If you have a neutered male companion of a similar age that is gentle and kind then please get in touch.

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

 

Biggles

Location: private boarding

Biggles arrived in our branch's care on the 100th anniversary of the RAF. With his striking ears bearing a striking resemblance to an aircraft we thought the name Biggles was fitting.


Biggles was found stray, whether he was abandoned or escaped from his home we will never know. When no one came forward to claim him we neutered (on 6th July), microchipped and vaccinated him with the combi and RHD2 vaccines. We estimate him to be around 1 year old and once his hormones settle (6 weeks post castration) we think he will make a great companion for a neutered female rabbit. 


Biggles is a confident bunny who has settled in really well. He will be suitable to live indoors or out and will be fine for children aged 8 and over.

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

 

 

 

 

Annabelle

Location: private boarding

When Annabelle was abandoned in a snow blizzard with her 10 new born babies; she was lucky to be rescued in time. She was skin and bone, had clearly been bred from way too many times and her babies were in poor shape. Alas half of the babies did not survive and as soon as they were eating independently we had to separate her from them. Blood tests showed there was nothing wrong, just she was worn down from being a parent too frequently. A month on her own saw her blossom into a healthy bunny lady with great vitality. She has now been neutered, received both of vaccinations and microchipped.


Annabelle is a gentle lady who we estimate to be around 18 months to 2 years old. She has been consistently friendly right from day one. She always comes rushing to see us (and the veg basket!) and is so good natured and tolerant of being handled. We think she will be happy to be paired with a gentle natured, placid neutered male. However we think secretly she may end up being the boss! Annabelle is used to outdoor life but could adjust to a quiet indoor home. If are looking to rescue a truly deserving bunny then look no further than our 'belle.

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

 

 

Laura

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

 

 

Martin

Location: private boarding

This sweet little 6 month old bunny was found hopping around the streets with no sign of an owner. Unfortunately he was not microchipped and we have not been able to reunite him with his owners. So Martin, as we have named him, has now been neutered, microchipped and received both the combi and RHD2 vaccination and is now ready  to find a home he can call his own.


Martin has come on so much since he arrived over a month ago. At first he was quite wary of everything but as he got used to his surroundings and his hormones began to settle after he was neutered (on 17th July) he began to transform. He is now eager to come say hello and see what tasty veggies we have, he is cooperative with his weekly health checks and enjoys a stroke.

We think Martin would be ideally suited to pair with a female bunny. He is a gentle boy who will likely be submissive to a female companion. Martin can be housed indoors or out, but the latter will need to be with a companion. Martin can live as a single house rabbit but will need a quite home.

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

 

 

 

 

Lizzie

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Location: private boarding

Lizzie is a stunningly beautiful bunny. She weighs 3.2kgs so is quite a bit larger than your average rabbit. We estimate her to be around 1 to 2 years old. She came in our care because her owner needed to flee domestic violence. Unfortunately Lizzie had been kept in a crate and did not have much space to move around. She does not seem to have received much positive human interaction and is a little wary of us at the moment. As is typical with rabbits, especially large breed rabbits, she does not enjoy being handled, so it is essential to be respectful of this and interact with her on her terms.


Lizzie is a strong character who will benefit from receiving love and patience from her adopter. When it comes to bonding she will be best suited to a calm, gentle male companion who will be submissive yet show her adoration.


Lizzie has been neutered (on 18th July), microchipped and vaccinated with both the combi and RHD2. She will be suited to outdoors or a quiet adult home. If you can give this beautiful girl a home, preferably with your big boy bunny, then please get in touch.

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

 

Billy Bob

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Billy Bob was found stray and collected by a National RSPCA officer. There was no space for him at the branch so she took him home until we could admit him. Within a matter of days of setting his paws down in her home he had captured her heart. Turns out that Billy Bob is very content in a home environment, like he has always lived in one, which makes the story of him being found stray quite a mystery. When added to the fact that in the past he had had his nose and lip bitten (most likely as a result of an attack by another rabbit) it makes it hard to understand how he could have ended up homeless. It's been weeks since he was found and with no trace of an owner we are looking to restore Billy Bob to the comfort of indoor life. 


Billy Bob is a gentle and loving soul who adores human company. You will tire of stroking his head long before he does. He is immaculately clean, very chilled and enjoys stretching out his long back legs whilst snoozing on his side. In fact he spends much of his time lazing around snoozing! Perhaps Billy Bob's most endearing behaviour is jumping on the sofa to be with you for a fuss. He loves following you about the place and even comes running to recieve a fuss!


We are not sure how old Billy Bob is but we think he is at least 2, may be more. He is a calm boy who will most likely appreciate the company of a good natured female rabbit. He is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Billy Bob is ready for adoption now as a house rabbit.

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

 

Thunder

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Meet Thunder, he was born in our care on 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. Thunder 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.


Dinky Thunder currently lives very happily with his brother Storm, but with them both being prepubescent we can't guarantee they will remain friends once their hormones kick in. We will consider rehoming them together if the adopter is able to offer them a home for life whether they stay together or not. Otherwise we we are looking to home them as single house rabbits until they are old enough to be neutered (which we pay for) and can then be paired with a female.


Thunder and his brother are very friendly bunnies and when you sit in their enclosure they climb all over you and even snuggle into your neck. They ping and binky all over the place and love to jump on boxes and explore their tunnels and hideyholes. The boys are also really well litter trained, which is remarkable given their age, even their poops go in their trays! They have been handled since very young but are still wriggly and evade capture, such is the bunny way. But do persevere with their handling if you feel confident to do so.


Both boys have received the combi vaccine and will receive the RHD2 vaccination and be microchipped before they leave our care. The branch will pay for them to be neutered once they are old enough.

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