Rabbits for Adoption

Rabbits can make lovely pets, but need a lot more care and attention than people realise. Advice will be given on suitable accommodation and care. Please contact the animal centre for details.

Please read about Adopting one of our animals before enquiring.


Rabbits: Gus


Male young rabbit, born in December 2023

Gus arrived with us as a newborn after he was dumped in a cardboard box with his mum and siblings in a local park.  When he arrived here, he was soaking wet through and only a couple of days old.  We were therefore incredibly worried that his mum would reject him and he would not survive.

Thankfully his mum was a trooper and continued to raise her babies despite having an incredibly stressful time.  This boy and his siblings were also fighters, and now a few months later are happy, healthy, cheeky and ready to move into a forever home with a loving family.  Have you been looking for a new bunny best friend to join your family tree?  If so, we would LOVE to hear from you.

Being young, we feel like this lads will be a great addition to many different types of home.  He could live with children, other rabbits and could live inside or outside depending on the adopters preferred set up.

All of these bunnies were given disney based names.  Taking this into account, they do say that a dream is a wish your heart makes, and so lets hope this boys dream of a loving family becomes reality at some point soon.