Adopt Rabbits

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 just coming up to 2 years old, and this is my mini-me, my daughter Pudding, and she is just 5 months old. I came to The Centre in February 2020 as I wouldn’t bond with my previous owners rabbit. Not long after I arrived I gave birth, and that’s when Pudding came along! We get on really well so they’ve decided to rehome us together. We both like being stroked, although neither of us are very keen on being picked up, although Pudding is better with this than me. I can sometimes be cheeky and bite ankles so it’s best if we go with older or no children.

  • Dippin Dots & Magic Stars

    Children: 11+
    Hi! My name is Dippin Dots, and I’m the white and black female, aged 4 and half years, and this is my friend Magic Stars, the black male, who is 3 and half years old. I originally came to The Centre in 2017 as my previous owner was unable to look after me any longer. I was then bonded with a friend and rehomed, but unfortuantely in October 2020 our new owner had to return both of us due to health problems. We would benefit from a home with owners who have plenty of time to spend with us, and handle us regularly. We can be a little unsure but over time we will build a trust and bond with our new owners.

  • Lord Toffingham & Little Lady

    Children: 7+
    Hey everyone! My name is Lord Toffingham, the ginger and white male and this is my girlfriend, Little Lady the grey and white female, and we are both 2 years old. We came to The Centre in August as our previous owner moved home and wasn’t allowed to any pets in the new property. We are both sweet bunnies at heart, and once we’ve had a sniff of you and gotten more use to you, we do both like to be stroked. As we’re both lionheads we do require regular brushing and grooming of our fur. We are looking for a home together as we get on so well as a pair.

Our Catchment Area