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Adoption Process


Prior to adoption all our rabbits are neutered, fully vaccinated and thoroughly health checked by our vets.

To help towards covering these costs, we ask for an adoption fee of £80. This fee does not even fully cover the price of neutering, vaccinations and other treatment and general care needed while they are staying with us. We are totally reliant on our supporters very kind donations to have funds for the rescue. 


If you are interested in adopting one or more of our rabbits then please ensure you meet our adoption criteria outlined below and then complete our online Adoption Form (opens in a new page). 

Please do bear with us this is a small rescue mainly run by myself. We do have help going through forms but there may be a slight delay in hearing from us. The best way to contact us is through Facebook Messenger. Please do message us through that if possible if you'd like to chase up a reply.

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Adoption Criteria

To ensure our rabbits are adopted into the loving homes that they deserve we require certain adoption criteria to be met:

  • Permanent access to an appropriate set up of at least 50 - 60 square feet - please see the Rabbit Care Advice - Housing page for ideas of appropriate set ups

  • Secure fox-proof set up (no chicken wire)

  • Runs must be on paving or have measures in place on lawns (such as buried mesh or paved edges) so they can't dig out and nothing can dig in

  • Proof of landlord permission to have pets if renting

  • No unsupervised outdoor free roaming 

  • Rabbits will not be rehomed to live alone, so please adopt a bonded pair/group or adopt a single rabbit to bond with your existing rabbit(s) - we offer a bonding service at the rescue and can help advise on a suitable personality match for your existing rabbit (Please note existing rabbits must be spayed/neutered and fully vaccinated prior to bonding)

  • We do not have a strict policy on whether our rabbits can be rehomed to households with children; however this will be assessed on a case by case basis and please be aware that we will expect the main carer for the rabbit to be a responsible adult 

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