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.




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.




Harry (M) HR95

Age: 2 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: 2 years
Meghan is related to Harry
Must be homed with Harry



Sabrina (F) HR98

Age: 2 years

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



Mustard (F) HR114

Age: 3 years
Mustard is related to Pickle
Must be homed with Pickle


Pickle (M) HR115

Age: 3 years
Pickle is related to Mustard
Must be homed with Mustard

Mustard and Pickle are a very pretty but rather nervous pair on Mini-lops who came in due to their owner having to move. They were kept as indoor bunnies. They need a gentle and understanding home preferably with people who have had rabbits before and without children. 

With time they will become confident and friendly bunnies but need a home where they will be loved and encouraged.