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 requirments 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.

Gizmo (M) HR76

Age: 3 years

Gizmo is a very active and intelligent bunny. He was being kept in a small hutch in a bedroom and is now ready to explore the world. He loves being out in a run and is into everything. He is not a fan of being picked up and this will take time but has learnt to hop into a end-opening cat carrier to be moved from hutch to run. He is interested and does not bite but any handling is very much on his terms and he will struggle. 

He would be better with experienced rabbit owners and may take time to pair. He would suit a small to medium well-handled neutered female who he could learn from. 

Bertie (M) HR82

Age: 2 years

Bertie was given in to one of our fosterers so we don't know much about his first few months. It is likely he was an impulse purchase. He has got some "small bunny" issues and can be grumpy about being handled but has improved greatly since he has been with us.

He is now ready for a new home with a small neutered female.

Percy (M) HR87

Age: 17 months
Percy is related to Perdy
Must be homed with Perdy

Percy and Perdy must have one of out most ususal rehoming stories. 

They were both found stray on the same road in Perivale but three months apart. Percy was found in January and Perdy in April. 

They appear to be the same age and to look at them they are obviously brother and sister. Percy has the broader nose stripe and Perdy has some brown fur at the base of her ears but otherwise they are almost identical. 

Domestic rabbits don't do well as strays so both of these must have got out a few hours before they were found. But they appear to be well looked after and were always friendly. 

Postings on local websites and asking neighbours hase given no idea of where they came from. 

They are a very classy pair now settled together and so we are looking for an amazing new home for them from which they will never be allowed to stray again.  

Perdy (F) HR91

Age: 17 months
Perdy is related to Percy
Must be homed with Percy

Harry (M) HR95

Age: 21 months
Harry is related to Meghan
Must be homed with Meghan

After difficult individual starts this lovely brother and sister have adjusted well to life together and have settled easily as a duo. 
They are quick and energetic and love to find hiding spots so require a fully secure garden and run. They can be shy towards people so require confident handling, however with love and tlc will make a fabulous, fun pair for a home with older children or adults.

Meghan (F) HR96

Age: 21 months
Meghan is related to Harry
Must be homed with Harry

Sabrina (F) HR98

Age: 21 months

Sabrina came in with her two sisters and brother. They were an unplanned litter after an accidental incorrect sexing by a pet shop.Unfortunately their owners kept them for ten months before bringing them to us and handled them very little so she is still rather nervous and does not like being handled We are looking for an experienced rabbit home for her with a friendly but confident neutered male bunny where she can flourish

Socks (M) HR102

Age: 16 months

Socks is a friendly, medium sized boy who was a much loved indoor bunny who was given to us due to a change in his owner’s circumstances. We are looking for a home with a neutered female.

Cadbury (M) HR103

Age: 8 months
Cadbury is related to Mars
Must be homed with Mars

Cadbury and Mars are two naughty and lively chocolate brothers. They are into anything and everything and will suit a home with plenty of space to keep them busy. They would be suitable for older children. 

Caramel (M) HR104

Age: 9 months
Caramel is related to Humbug
Must be homed with Humbug

Caramel and Humbug are two bouncy brothers who are very food driven. They are friendly although Caramel is less keen to be caught. They came to us as part of a group of six siblings. They will make very cheery pets. They live at present with their half brother Rolo so we would also consider rehoming as a trio if someone was interested in a group.

Rolo (M) HR105

Age: 8 months

Rolo came to use with his two brothers, sister and two half-brothers who were being kept together. He is presently in with his two half brothers but would suit moving on to a home with a neutered female bunny and making a new pair. He is easy to handle but still unused to it so would suit pairing with a confident female

Humbug (M) HR106

Age: 9 months
Humbug is related to Caramel
Must be homed with Caramel

Mars (M) HR107

Age: 8 months
Mars is related to Cadbury
Must be homed with Cadbury

Rose (F) HR108

Age: 8 months

Rose is a small black bunny (other than a white spot on her nose). She came into us with a group of boys and thankfully was spayed before she could get pregnant. She is still a bit shy but is starting to to be more confident with being handled. We would be looking for a home with a small neutered male rabbit and she will be ready for a new home in Mid March.

Ed (M) HR109

Age: 2 years

Ed (named after a famous music star) came to us with eight other bunnies and is the father of some of them. He is a very friendly boy, always happy to see you and will willingly come over to the edge of a cage/run to see what you’re up to. He is easy to handle and good when being held although he is a bigger rabbit and may need a home with older children/teenagers or adults. Ed does enjoy digging in the garden and is somewhat of an escape artist. He is happy free ranging in a fully secure garden but if he can jump out of a cage or run then he will!

Kevin 2 (M) HR110

Age: 2 years

Kevin is a gentle and rather dopey boy who came in with a group of rabbits. He is a good grazer who will keep your lawn down if you let him. We are looking for a home with a neutered female bunny

Jeremy (M) HR111

Age: 19 months

Jeremy is a very small lionhead bunny who came to use with a group of nine rabbits from one home. He is easy to handle but is still a bit timid and does tend to have to stamp his foot after having been picked up to express his feelings.  

We are looking for a home with a small neutered female bunny for him and he would suit an outdoor or housebunny home. He would be ready to go on trial to a new home from 7th May.