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Gizmo and Messi

Gizmo and Messi
Breed: Lop X Age: 1 years Sex: F
Gizmo (neutered female) and Messi (neutered male) are brother and sister, after being seperated for neutering they are now back together as a happy pair. They are both also fully vaccinated, microchipped and wormed. As young rabbits (which can live between 8-12 years, so please be aware of the committment you are making) they are inquisitive, although very rarely will any prey species appreciate being picked up. If you would like to know more about them please contact the small animal team.

Thor & Natasha

Thor & Natasha
Breed: Dwarf Age: 1 years Sex: M
Thor and Natasha are incredibly cute rabbits, but they are looking for a special home. They will need a home which has previous experience of Netherland dwarfs, particularly nervous rabbits and preferably rabbits that stop eating when stressed. Thor and Natasha would also benefit from being house rabbits, with a secure area to exercise outside. As you can tell this is a lot to ask and we are prepared to wait for the right home. If you feel you could offer these rabbits the care they require please get in touch.

Turbo and Thumper

Turbo and Thumper
Breed: Lop X Age: 1 years Sex: M
*RESERVED*Turbo (male, black, mini lop) and Thunder are again from unwanted, unexpected litters who have been pair bonded at Foal. Again they need a family that want to spend time getting to know them and winning their trust. We recieve a fair number of calls asking for affectionate rabbits that are good for kids. Rabbits don't really work like that, just because they are friendly and trust one person doesn't mean they will like or trust the next, it really does depend on how much you put in. We would also discourage rabbits as childrens pets. Mainly because as a prey species rabbits are reluctant to be picked up and in their panic to get back down to solid ground can cause scratches. They also live far longer than most people realise and although your 10 year old is excited by rabbits, will your teenager still be as interested?

Peter & Lucky

Peter & Lucky
Breed: Dutch x Age: 1 years Sex: M
Looking for an experienced home...Peter and Lucky are particularly nervous rabbits having had an unsettled start in life so will be looking for an adult only home with previous rabbit experience. Although with time and patience their confidence can improve there is also a chance that they will always just about tolerate people, we need to find someone who is ok with rabbits being rabbits and understands rabbit behaviour. If you think you could be Peter and Lucky's new family please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you.

Sunny

Sunny
Breed: Lop Age: 0 years Sex: F
Sunny has had a rotten start in life. She was found abandoned at a service station, from the condition she was in we knew she has had a male companion at some stage but no other rabbit could be found in the area...we hope this means she was dumped alone, probably because of the horrible infection she had. Beautiful Sunny (this terrible picture does her no justice!) is all healed and recovered after an intensive course of treatment from the vets along with being spayed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped. Understandably Sunny was not a happy girl when she got here but since being spayed has become a lovely, inquisitive girl who now needs to find the right partner in life and a loving forever family. Because she was abandoned we have no way of knowing how old she is, certainly not very old and not under a year either. If you would like to give Sunny the fresh start she deserves in life please do get in touch to discuss?