Adopt Rabbits

COVID – 19 Rehoming Procedure

Please do check below for available rabbits, if you find something suitable please fill out the online application form specifying the name of the rabbit (s). If there is nothing suitable at the moment please check back regularly for more available rabbits. 

Before you contact us please do read through our COVID Rehoming document carefully by clicking here. 

Please Note: We only rehome rabbits in pairs or can bond your neutered male or spayed female rabbit with one of ours.

It is important to us that both you and your adopted rabbit(s) are happy.
For this reason we have the following straight forward, but important adoption process:

  1. Please check you live in our Catchment Area at the bottom of this page.
  2. Please read and ensure you agree with our Rabbit Adoption Policy
  3. Please read and ensure you agree with our Rabbit Adoption Fee
  4. Complete our Online Application Form to get the ball rolling
  5. We’ll then organise a home visit with you
  6. Then you can make an appointment to see the rabbits

All Rabbits are:

  • Neutered / Spayed
  • Fully Vaccinated
  • Health and Dental Checked
  • Up-to-date with Worm Prevention
  • Covered by a 4 week Pet Plan vet insurance from the date you adopt

Rabbits Available for Adoption

The following is a list of some of the rabbits available for adoption. This is just a selection of the animals we have at The Centre and sometimes we do run out of time to keep the site updated. Please follow the process above to ensure you are not disappointed.

Rabbit of the Month

  • Chalupa & Pudding

    Children: 12+

    Hey! I’m Chalupa on the left and I’m 2 years old and this is my daughter Pudding, she is just 9 months old. I came to The Centre in February 2020 as I wouldn’t bond with my previous owner’s rabbit. Not long after I arrived I gave birth, and that’s when Pudding came along! I love her so much so the staff at the centre decided to rehome us together, although she does like to tell me off when I’m being too clingy. We’re looking for a home with people who can give us lots of time as we do require some handling. I do like to be stroked and picked up however pudding is still not sure about it but will calm down once you have a hold of her. We have both been known in the past to have a little bite on people’s ankles so for this reason we would be best suited to a home with none or older children.

  • Apple Jack & Lucky Charms

    Children: 6+

    Hi there, my name is Apple Jack and I am the cute grey and white boy bunny and this is my sister Lucky Charms, she’s a beautiful tricolour girl. We are both 2 and a half years old and sadly this is our third time back at the centre!! So we are really hoping that the next time we get chosen, it will be our final and forever home. We are a very sweet, friendly pair of buns, we are both generally good with being handled, but like most rabbits we prefer to be down on the ground and will happily sit and have fusses from you there. We would be ok to live with children, but we were returned the first time for scratching the children in the home, so it may be best if it is slightly older children if they are going to be wanting to handle/pick us up.

  • Chocolate Digestive & Blueberry Porridge

    Children: 6+
    *Indoor Rabbits*

    Hi, my name is Chocolate Digestive and I am the handsome black boy bunny. I am 3 and a half years old and this is my girlfriend Blueberry Porridge and she is 2 years old. This is our second time here at the centre as a pair, so we’re hoping for third time lucky in finding our forever home. We are a sweet pair of buns, who love to explore and are very curious as to what you are getting up to! Chocolate especially loves to be nosy and will put his front paws up on you to get a better look at what’s going on.
    We are both fairly good with sitting and having strokes from you, sometimes Chocolate can be a little wary at the start with meeting new people but it doesn’t take either of us long to trust people. Being friendly buns we will be able to live with slightly older children. We are currently living as indoor rabbits and so will need to continue doing so through the winter months, with the possibility of transitioning over in the summertime to live outside.

  • Jennings1

    Children: Yes
    *To be bonded with a female rabbit*

    Hello! My name here at the centre is Jennings1, but I also like to be called Peter. I am a male rabbit, aged 2 and half years old. I originally came into the centre to be neutered and returned to my owner, however sadly, she was poorly and thought it best for me to remain at the centre to be rehomed. I am a lovely boy with a gentle temperament, and don’t mind a cuddle and some strokes. I would like to find a spayed wifebun to snuggle up to and would be happy in a family home.

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