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Rehome a Rabbit or Small Animal

Browse the rabbits and small animals in our care who are searching for their forever homes!

TRISS

Triss and Yenn are both 2 years old and need to be homed together. 

Yenn doesn't mind being handled but Triss can become distressed if handled. It is possible that he has had a bad experience in the past. 

Triss does not get on with other guinea pigs ( besides Yenn ) and will fight, therefore we recommend them going as the only guinea pigs in the household. 

Age range for children is 13 +

YENN

Triss and Yenn are both 2 years old and need to be homed together. 

Yenn doesn't mind being handled but Triss can become distressed if handled. It is possible that he has had a bad experience in the past. 

Triss does not get on with other guinea pigs ( besides Yenn ) and will fight, therefore we recommend them going as the only guinea pigs in the household. 

Age range for children is 13 +

PENNY

Penny is a 7 month old female. She has not been handled by children but does not seem to mind being picked up. She loves to jump and escape, therefore a secure run will be required for her. 

She will need a gentle introduction to another rabbit as is not always keen, especially females. 

 

LUCY

Lucy and Chloe come as a bonded pair. 

They are 3 1/2 year old females. 

Chloe does not mind being handled, but Lucy is less fond of this. They have lived with 2 cats in the past. 

Age range for children is 13 +

CHLOE

Lucy and Chloe come as a bonded pair. 

They are 3 1/2 year old females. 

Chloe does not mind being handled, but Lucy is less fond of this. They have lived with 2 cats in the past. 

Age range for children is 13 +

Important Re-homing Criteria for Rabbits and Small Animals

  • For a rabbit, the adoption fee is £50.00. This goes toward the cost of looking after them whilst they are at the sanctuary and health checks. Where appropriate we will neuter the rabbit .
  • If you would like a rabbit to live with your existing pet, you would need to bring them to the Sanctuary so they can be assessed together.
  • You will need a suitable hutch and a secure run for the rabbit. We will need to see a photograph of your hutch & run before you can take your rabbit home.

Guinea Pigs cost £15 each and the prospective owner needs to have their own hutch. If a Guinea Pig comes in a pair they will have to both be rehomed together.

Rats cost £10 each, and the owner will have to own a suitable enclosure.

Hamsters cost £5 each, and the owner will have to own a suitable enclosure.

 

If you would like more information on any of the rabbits available for adoption please contact the Sanctuary on : (01633) 866144