Our Animals

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Pip

Pip came in with his brother due to his owner having multiple accidental litters. He is 6 months old and now his bunny hormones have kicked in he and his brother have had to be separated. We would like Pip to be bonded with a nice female rabbit as they are usually happier in pairs.

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Reserved

Bungee and Frisbee are 5mth old brothers. They are sweet and freindly but require alot of grooming.

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Ed & Chico

Ed & Chico were part of a litter who’s mum was very sadly taken by a fox.  Luckily they had wonderful owners who managed to successfully hand rear them (no easy task!) and they are now ready for their new home. They are quite shy boys who need someone who can give them lots of…

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Flopsy & Mopsy

Flopsy & Mopsy were part of a surprise litter! Unfortunately not long after arriving it became apparent that they were carrying a nasty bug and were quite ill.  With treatment they have recovered well and are now looking for new homes.  They are incredibly fluffy rabbits so will need someone prepared to spend a lot…

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Mere & Cheveaux

We are mum and daughter duo who came to the sanctuary as mum was constantly breeding. We are quite shy and like to keep own our company so we will be looking for a quieter home without other pets or young children. They haven’t got the hang of using a litter tray so bear this…

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Paige

I was originally brought to the sanctuary after being handed in to a vets as a stray.  I have been adopted twice now but I didn’t get on with the existing bunnies so here I am again hoping for 3rd time lucky.  I am a very nosey and lively rabbit who loves to play with…

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Where are all the other Rabbits?

Unfortunately due to a leaking roof on one of our buildings we have not been able to take in as many rabbits as usual and we will have to reduce the number of rabbits we look after until renovations can be undertaken.

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Ways you can help

Click the icons on the right to find out more about how you can support the Society for Abandoned Animals - any help would be greatly appreciated!