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 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.




Percy (M) HR87

Age: 2 years
Percy is related to Perdy
Must be homed with Perdy

Who wouldn’t want to be greeted every morning by this fun loving pair!
Percy and Perdita are always the first to give a warm welcome and to see what adventures the day will bring!
They love being active in their run, enjoy climbing and investigating their environment. Food is a big motivator for them, they really enjoy searching out food that has been hidden! Whilst they don’t enjoy being cuddled they will happily sit while you stroke them and will interact with you in their own rabbit way! A welcome addition to any rabbit loving home. Give this pair their forever home and you won’t regret it!



Perdy (F) HR91

Age: 2 years
Perdy is related to Percy
Must be homed with Percy




Harry (M) HR95

Age: 3 years
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: 3 years
Meghan is related to Harry
Must be homed with Harry



Sabrina (F) HR98

Age: 3 years

LOOKING FOR A HOME AS A SINGLE BUNNY (PLEASE READ INFORMATION BELOW) 

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 nervous. She dislikes being caught is not happy being held but is confident in her hutch or run so long as this is not happening. 

She had to be separated from her sisters as she was so aggressive to them and unfortunately she has not been able to tolerate bonding with three different neutered males even thought they have been submissive to her. 

We are therefore looking for a home for her as a single bunny. She could be considered for an indoor or outdoor home and would suit a quiet home without young children with owners who have had rabbits before. The most import aspect of her rehoming is frequent access to a large run (or enclosed indoor space) . She loves the space and freedom of this and chews her way through toys and carboard boxes with great pleasure. She will binky repeatedly when she is in this space and this is a joy to see. She is not suitable for free ranging as she is small and quick and would be lost. 

Given time and the right home she will make a good pet for the right person.