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 & Beryl

Location: foster home

We have named these beautiful bunnies Bella and Beryl. We took an instant shine to them the first day they came into our care due to their quiet and gentle nature. These poor girls have not had the best of lives and we know they have had several litters between them (we have 5 of their babies in our care and rehomed several others already!).  


Their one comfort in life has been each other. The girls simply adore each other. They are rarely apart from one another and have stuck by each other through thick and thin. Weighing in at around 3kgs each these girls give you extra bunny for your money! They are such sweet ladies, around 2-3 years old, who are used to living outdoors in. They have been neutered, microchipped and received both combi and RHD2 vaccinations. We fear they will be overlooked because of their size, age and colour, so please prove us wrong and give these girls a shot of true happiness.

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

 

 

Tanya & Tracey

Location: foster home

Tanya and Tracey have come into our care after being left at a motorway service station on M56. Despite an appeal in the press to reunite them with their owners it seems that this was in fact a deliberate act of abandonment. This is so sad and we are desperate to find them a home where they can be loved and cherished for life.


When we took the bunnies for neutering we discovered that Tracey is very special; Tracey is neither male or female. Tracey has neither reproductive systems so there was nothing to remove and no chance of hormones ever interfering or reproduction ever taking place in the future! The bunnies absolutely adore each other and are currently enjoying an outdoor life in one of our foster homes. We are so thankful that they have each other to take comfort from after everything they have been through.


Tanya has been neutered and both bunnies have been microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and the RHD2 vaccination. They could also be house bunnies in a quiet home. They are really lovely, gentle bunnies who we estimate to be around 2 years of age. Can you give them the happy ending they deserve?

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

 

Eris

RESERVED

Location: private boarding

When Eris was abandoned in a snow blizzard on 17th March with her 10 new born babies she was lucky to still be alive. She 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. After being in our care for two months she was back to full health and was able to be neutered. She is also microchipped and received both RHD2 and combi vaccinations.


Eris is a beautiful, sweet natured bunny with humans and bunnies alike.  She is confident and definitely a bit flirty on occasions with the boys!  She will make some bunny a lovely companion and is such a calm and loving lady. We estimate her to be around 3 years of age and would be suitable to live outdoors with a neutered male that is placid and calm, or could live as a house rabbit in a quiet home.

Eris is in wonderful condition now, unrecognisable from when she came in, and we are so thrilled she has pulled through and can go on to find the forever home she deserves.

If you would like to adopt Eris 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

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

 

 

 

 

 

Baloo

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Baloo's ears seem to be having a teenage crisis! They really can't seem to make their mind up what they are doing. They seem extra large for his body, so whether he goes lop or grows into them it's anyone's guess at the moment!


Baloo is 12 weeks old and one of only 3 to survive from his litter of 6. His mum had been kept in poor conditions and repeatedly bred from. She was in a shocking state and we sadly lost her when her babies were just 4 weeks old. Thankfully Baloo had always been a sturdy baby and managed well without his mother's resources. To be on the safe side we have held him back for adoption until now but he is a picture of health and has had the all clear from the vets for rehoming. He has received both vaccinations but it will be a few weeks before he can be neutered and with puberty pending it may be risky to pair him with another bunny at the moment.

Baloo will thrive as a single house rabbit and will likely enjoy the company of a ladybun once neutered. He is really good natured and devilishly handsome, so we are hoping he will be snapped up by a bunny lover out there very soon.

If you would like to adopt Baloo contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

 

Ewan

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Ewan is a truly handsome young lad! He cane into our care as a new born at the end of March. After a newspaper appeal for information about rabbit abandonments our RSPCA inspectors received an anonymous tip off that led us to a property where many rabbits were being left to overbreed (25 from that home had already been abandoned in alleyway just a few days before).

Ewan is the last of his litter to find a home and he is the most beautiful little soul who loves attention, playing and getting up to baby bunny mischief! Born around 26th March Ewan will make a perfect house rabbit for a family or first time adopter. Ewan was neutered and microchipped on 18th July and has received his combi and RHD2. Please note male rabbits need to be 6 weeks post castration before they can begin introductions with another rabbit.

If you would like to adopt Ewan 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marble

Location: private boarding

Little Marble is the Steve Backshaw of the baby bunny world. He's a true adventurer, always seeking out new things but he's also a handsome guy with a lovely nature.


His mum had been kept in poor conditions and repeatedly bred from. She was in a shocking state and we sadly lost her when her babies were just 4 weeks old. Mum did not have the resources to care for her babies and they struggled to thrive, so these beautiful babies have had a big uphill fight to pull through. We lost 3 out of 6 but our Marble pulled through. He's gone from a teeny tot to an intrepid explorer! 


Marble is the one that always has our eyes rolling. If he can get into bother he will! First sight of an open door and he's through it. First sight of a new box and he's jumped on top of it! First sight of a new tunnel and he's through it! He really is fearless when it comes to exploring and will seize any opportunity to seek new experiences. From this you can probably deduce that he will need a secure enclosure!


Marble is the happiest little bunny monkey you could wish to meet. To keep him happy you will need to provide him with safe opportunities to leap, run and explore.  Marble has received both vaccinations but it will be a few weeks before he can be neutered and with puberty pending it may be risky to pair him with another bunny at the moment. He loves his brothers and eating lots of  hay and greens, but above all he loves to play. Can you give this boy life full of joy?

If you would like to adopt Marble contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.

 

Cassandra

Location: private boarding

We hope your heart melts when you see our bearded lady. She truly is a beauty! We've named her Cassandra and estimate her to be between 18 months and 2 years of age. Cassandra has come into our care under truly bleak circumstances. She was kept free range in a flat along with other rabbits and dogs; tragically one of the dogs had already killed one of the rabbits but we managed to save Cassandra.


Cassandra was understandably distressed when she arrived and it took her several weeks to settle. It suggests that she had lived under duress for quite some period of time and that the loss of her pal caused her great distress. Now that she is settled Cassandra is a happy girl who enjoys the comforts she now has: privacy, security and lots of lovely fresh hay daily. She will make a lovely companion to a neutered male and will bring you so much joy seeing her enjoy the life she deserves.


Cassandra has been neutered and microchipped and received both the combi vaccination and RHD2 vaccination and is ready for adoption/bonding now. Cassandra is used to being a house rabbit but could live outdoors (with a neutered male companion) in large sheltered accommodation like a shed.

If you would like to adopt Cassandra 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

 

Edwina

HOUSE RABBIT

Location: private boarding

Edwina is back in our care after a failed bonding. She was nothing but lovely during the process but the resident rabbit was rather mean to her invasion of his territory. As such she is once again looking for love (with humans and/or bunny). Edwina originally came into our care after being found stray. Sadly no-one came forward to claim her so we have since neutered, vaccinated (combi and RHD2) and microchipped her and is ready and waiting for a fresh start in life.  

Edwina is a gorgeous natured bunny, so soft and gentle and calm. She is happy around people and being the centre of their attention. She is also incredibly clean with her litter habits and is a good hay eater. This gentle soul would best suited being a house rabbit. She can be paired with a neutered male or live as a single, pampered house bunny. Edwina will be able to live with children of all ages providing she gets time away from the hub of the family and can retreat for some peace and quiet when she needs it. To meet this wonderful girl please give us a call.

If you would like to adopt Edwina 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