Rabbits

An up-to-date list of rabbits looking for a new home can be found below.

To adopt a rabbit, guinea pig, or rodent please check our requirements page and then email us on: otheranimals@haws-animals.org.uk

Please note our Rabbits have already had their Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease 1 and 2 vaccinations.

 


Ernie (M) HR103

Age: 5 years
Ernie is related to Bert
Must be homed with Bert

Ernie (all black with floppy ears)

Ernie is adventurous and will happily explore every inch of a space. He loves running through tunnels. He will dig holes (attempts at tunnels) and jump (over a meter!) to find somewhere new, so needs to be homed in a very secure space. He is quite carefree and much less aware of danger than Bert. We have slight question marks over the quality of his hearing as he doesn’t seemed phased by loud or unfamiliar sounds - or doesn’t show that he notices them at all. He loves head rubs and will often bow his head towards you to invite them. He is such a friendly rabbit.

Not suitable for homes with young children.



Bert (M) HR107

Age: 5 years
Bert is related to Ernie
Must be homed with Ernie

Bert (with the white paw)

Bert has a wonderful nature but it can take him a while to warm up to new people. He can feel quite anxious and will lunge if he thinks he’s in danger. Once he’s warmed up to you, he’ll welcome lots of head rubs. He needs lots of hiding spaces to jump into when he hears loud sounds such as the hoover. He’s much more cautious than Ernie, but once he feels secure, he’ll happily explore - jumping and climbing. He also has a bold side and has been known to hop towards cats in stand-offs in the garden. 

Bert and Ernie get on very well together, grooming one another, flopping next to one another and snuggling. They do of course have their moments. Bert tends to be the more dominant rabbit, but this has begun to change recently with Ernie beginning to assert his own dominance. 

Not suitable for homes with young children.



Ash (M) HR165

Age: 16 months
Ash is related to Acer Oak
Must be homed with Acer Oak

Ash, Acer and Oak are brothers. They arrived with their mum and litter mates after being rescued from an overcrowded home. 

They are a friendly inquisitive and playful trio. Very easy to handle and enjoy interacting with you. 

They like to spend long days in their run, playing and exploring their environment. 

They will require a home with daily access to a run. 

They are all neutered.

A fun and sweet group who will bring much enjoyment to any new home!



Acer (M) HR167

Age: 16 months
Acer is related to Ash Oak
Must be homed with Ash Oak

Acer, Ash and Oak are brothers. They arrived with their mum and litter mates after being rescued from an overcrowded house.

They are gentle and friendly. They love being out and about in their run. They will happily interact with you and are easy to handle. 

They have been neutered. 

They will require a home with daily access to a run. 

This trio will quickly bring happiness and fun to any new home! 



Oak (M) HR168

Age: 16 months
Oak is related to Ash Acer
Must be homed with Ash Acer

Ash, Acer and Oak are brothers. They arrived with their mum and litter mates after being rescued from an overcrowded house.

They are gentle and friendly. They love being out and about in their run. They will happily interact with you and are easy to handle. 

Oak can be a little shy at first but quickly overcomes this.

They have all been neutered. 

They will require a home with daily access to a run. 

This trio will quickly bring happiness and fun to any new home! 



Storm (M) HR170

Age: 3 years
Storm is related to Toffee
Must be homed with Toffee

Storm is a lively lad, who came to us with his brother Toffee.

They love exploring and running through their tunnels and runs.

They like to be outdoors when they can.

They're not fond of being handled, but they d come to you when you sit with them, and will take a rub on the head.

They're a fun pair to have in your garden!



Toffee (M) HR171

Age: 3 years
Toffee is related to Storm
Must be homed with Storm

Toffee is a lively lad, who came to us with his brother Storm.

 

They love exploring and running through their tunnels and runs.

 

They like to be outdoors when they can.

 

They're not fond of being handled, but they d come to you when you sit with them, and will take a rub on the head.

 

They're a fun pair to have in your garden!


Daisy (F) HR176

Age: -22 weeks

Daisy was left with us when we were fund raising with Pets at Home at Brentford. Daisy unfortunately had a broken leg, which on inspection was not going to be strong enough for her to live with, so we took the decision to amputate.

Daisy is now adjusting to life with three legs, and she seems to be coping well. She is a little shy, but will explore, and can be picked up and groomed, and is now litter trained. Due to her unexpected arrival, we don't know that much about her past life, but we think she is quite young.

As Daisy is on three legs, an outside hutch is not an option. She will need the support of an experienced rabbit handler, but we're sure she'll make a lovely companion for the right person.