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. 
  • At this time most rehoming is carried out virtually and adopting a rabbit without meeting them first. However, in certain circumstances there will be exceptions to this including where there are children under the age of 8 years old and where we have identified a need for the rabbits to be seen prior to adoption. This will be discussed in more detail with you by a member of our animal care team. 

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:

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

  • Cannelloni & Rigatoni

    Children: 12+

    Hi there, my name is Cannelloni and I am a female rab and this is my brother Rigatoni and we are both just over 2 and a half years old. This is our second time here at the centre, we were here originally in 2018, but had to be returned again recently as due to ill health our owner was unable to look after us anymore. We are both half wildies, our mum was a domesticated bun but our dad was a wild rabbit! We both have a very sweet nature, we can just be a little wary. Rigatoni is slightly more confident than me, but we will both run over to you when it is food time and take treats from your hands. We are not keen on being picked up, but if you sit in with we are very curious and will come over to you. We are looking for an experienced rabbit owner to give us a new home, with the time to dedicate to spending with us. We would be better suited to live with older or no children.

  • Cherry Bomb

    Children: 8+
    *To bond with a male rabbit*

    Hello! My name is Cherry Bomb, and I am a female rabbit, estimated at between 4-5 years. I came to The Centre in December 2020 as my previous owners were moving and unable to take me. I am a very sweet natured girl and don’t mind being stroked at ground level, however like most rabbits, I’m not too keen on being picked up. I would suit a home with older children of 8+ and would like to find a neutered husbun to snuggle up to.

  • Dairylea Dunker

    Children: 8+
    * To bond with a female rabbit *

    Hey, my name is Dairylea Dunker and I am a grey 8 month old male rab. I arrived at the centre in January as I wasn’t getting along with another rabbit. I am a sweet bun but I am a cheeky monkey too, I’m always looking for a way to escape out my pen whenever I see an opportunity! I also really like things that I can jump up on, that’s one of my favourite things to do. I can be a little shy or nervous us to begin with, however if you sit with me and stroke my nose / head I’m beginning to like that a lot! With some time and patience I’m sure I will only get more confident with being handled. I’m hope having a new girlfriend to show me the way will help to boost my confidence too.

  • Edradour

    Children: Yes
    *To bond with a female rabbit*

    Hello there! My name is Edradour and I am a very sweet natured 4 year old boy. I came to The Centre in February as my owner was moving and couldn’t take me with her. I am very curious and love some fuss and attention, and would suit a family home with or without children. You’ll find that I tend to follow you around everywhere and I do like to be stroked.

    *Cannot bond until May 13th*

  • Juicy Peach & Maple Walnut

    Children: 12+
    * Indoor currently *

    Hi there I’m Juicy Peach and this is my sister Maple Walnut, we are 2 years old and arrived at the centre in February after our owner could no longer care for us due to health reasons. We are very inquisitive girls who love to explore but due to our previous owners health reasons we didn’t receive any handling, so are hard to catch and don’t really enjoy it currently! We are both sweet girls though who would benefit from patience and time and extra handling to become confident bunnies. We are currently indoor bunnies but can be transitioned outside in the warmer months.

  • Space Cake & Mooncake

    Children: 8+

    Hiya, my name is Space Cake, and I’m the handsome tan, white and grey boy. This is my friend, Moon Cake, the pretty white, tan and grey girl. I am 8 years old and she is 4 years old. We arrived at the centre in November 2020 after sadly our owner was no longer able to afford our care. We are a very sweet pair and do enjoy a fuss, although I am the more confident one. We would be better suited to slightly older or no children as Moon Cake can be a bit shy at times and doesn’t really like being picked up. We hope we find our forever home soon!

    *Mooncake – Part foster for Mammary lumps*

  • Stella Artois & Boddingtons

    Children: 8+

    Hi ya!! That cute little white female rab is me Stella Artois (but you can just call me Stella) and I am just over 3 and a half years old. This with me is my son Boddingtons, he’s the equally as cute grey boy and he is just coming up to 3 years old. This is our second time at the centre, we were here originally in 2018 and returned again recently as our owners were moving. We are a sweet pair of buns, happy to have strokes from you down on the ground but we don’t really like being picked up at all (but hey, what rabbit does really!!). We would benefit from a new owner who will have the time to give us some more handling and help us to become more confident. We hope the next time we go home it will be our forever home.

  • Texas Toast

    Children: 8+
    * To be bonded with a female rabbit *

    Hi there! My name is Texas Toast and I am 5 years old and this is the second time I have been brought to the centre to be rehomed. I was here originally in 2017 with my brother and we did get adopted but sadly I lost my brother back last year and our owners were not in the position to take on another rabbit but didn’t want me to be lonely. So back I came, I am such a sweet, gentle boy and I would really love to find a new girlfriend to keep me company. I have had some health issues since being back, I have had some troubles with my teeth and I will probably need further dental work in future. I also have suspected kidney disease as well, there is no treatment for this but I will be rehomed on part foster for both of these issues and can continue to see the centres’ vets for this. My new owners will need to be aware I may have a shortened life expectancy because of these problems however I am such a sweet boy, I know I can make a huge impression on a new families life, no matter how long I have. I really hope that someone will give me a chance to have a friend again and I can get back to being part of a family who love me.

    * Part Foster – Teeth and kidneys *

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