How many rabbits do we have for adoption? On average we have around 50 rabbits looking for homes.
How many rabbits go onto our website? Around 1/3. Many are already being matched to those on our adoption list.
Should I look for a rabbit on the website? Have a nosy at some of the bunnies but don't get too focused on a particular bun, our adoption team are there to help guide and match you with the right bunny for you based on our unique 5 criteria matching process to ensure happy, strong bonds and forever families.
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About Her: Age: 10 months Breed: Mini lop Gender: Female Size: Dwarf (tiny 1kg!)
Personality: Boop true to her name loves to nose boop you for attention. She is a very tiny placid young girl who is eager to please, loves snuggles and affection. She will never put a foot wrong and is always happy and content. She is an easy going, gentle girl always with only love in her eyes and hay in her mouth. Home Environment: She is great around everyone and anyone and has no shy traits with new people. She likes to make herself at home right away on the couch or rug. Great with all people and dogs too.
About Her: Gender: Female Breed: Mini Rex Age: 3 years Size: Small
Personality: Brylee is a shy little girl who likes to rearrange all her bunny furniture and potter about her "safe area". She likes what she knows and feels comfortable with and doesn't like to stray out of her comfort zone. She is a really lovely little bun but is misunderstood and gets over shadowed because she won't approach strangers. She just needs a home where she can be herself, play with lots of toys which she loves and have some bunny friends. She loves doing rabbity things so would like a natural environment to do this in. She needs a calm, confident companion who will be unphased by her nervousness during bonding and will protect her, not push her around.
Home Environment: She cannot go to a home with children or one which may bring children into the home down the line, this is a condition of her adoption. She would love a big outdoor play area with lots to jump on and rabbit stuff to do like gnawing on branches, eating hay and digging. She doesn't want a lot of fuss, she prefers a quiet space to be herself. She doesn't mind calm larger dogs who aren't bothered by her, she will sniff and engage with them.
About Him: Age: 3 years Breed: Mix Gender: Male Size: Medium
About Him: Gender: Male Breed: Giant Continental Age: 5 months old Size: Giant
This is Beatrix, she is a young girl who sadly lost her bonded companion and would like more soon! She is extremely intelligent and active, she loves to explore and loves tunnels. She loves to dig and makes amazing burrows in her bedding. She is unsure of new people but once trust and a bond is built she loves to climb on your knee for treats and loves head rubs. She can work her way through any puzzle and is always one step ahead of us humans! She is very food motivated and likes to do tricks and games for her small amount of pellets. She is a small lean whippet of a bun who loves to play but has been more withdrawn than her usual self since losing her bonded mate. She is a great hay eater and health wise is tip top, a very hardy young girl who could easily play outside all day if you let her. She is not a big fan of noisy children or hoovers but likes chasing the birds and doing the most humongous binkies like you've never seen. She keeps herself immaculately clean, like a cat she is always cleaning herself and her little paws. She has incredible big eyes and eyelashes and dainty little paws. She would be happiest in a spacious outdoor/natural set up and would be a good match for lots of bun types m/f. She has an active personality which would be fab for a lazy but confident bun.