As always we are massive supporters of rescues and always encourage people to #adoptdontshop

It’s Welfare Wednesday today and the first one of the month, so today we are featuring rabbits at two different rescues who are available for adoption.

Here are photos and messages from the rescues, and hopefully, how you can contact them!

Just a note from us – how sad to read that 7 year old rabbits have spent their whole lives in rescue!

#letsfindthemagreathome

Jill Woodward – Honeybunnies

Bilbo at Honeybunnies Rescue

Red eyed white boys are sticking as many people don’t like red eyes which is a shame as they are lovely lads! Timid and a bit short sighted but lovely natured rabbits. Both are vaccinated and neutered and approx 10 months old, small to medium size.

Pictured are Bilbo and Baggins. we also have their brothers Frodo and Hobbit who is fluffier!

Also have a young lad named Sundial, very friendly but a bit of a digger, chewer and

Baggins at Honeybunnies Rescue

general vandal!

Our Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/HONEYBUNNIES-RABBIT-GUINEA-PIG-RESCUE-167230579241/?ref=bookmarks

 

 

Lea Facey – The Rabbit Residence

We have pairs of rabbits looking for loving new homes –

Mariah and Amaru at Rabbit Residence

Mariah & Amaru are 6 years old and would suit a spacious outdoor home as Mariah is half wild.

Solstice & Lindor are 6 years old and have spent most of their lives in rescue. They’re a

Lindor and Solstice at Rabbit Residence

cheeky pair suited to a quiet indoor or outdoor home.

Mulder & Scully are 7 years old and have been in rescue their whole lives. They’re an adventurous pair who love to explore and are happy to interact with you once they get to know you.

All of our rabbits are neutered and fully vaccinated, homes must exceed RWAF guidelines and we will rehome up to three hours away.

Mulder and Scully at Rabbit Residence

The Rabbit Residence Rescue (registered charity 1148016) is based on the Herts/Cambs boarders and is home to around 100 rabbits at any one time.
We have a sponsor scheme for some of our long term residents who have not been rehomed due to health or behavioural issues and also offer a holiday boarding.

Website: http://www.rabbitresidence.org.uk

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/rabbitresidence/?tsid=0.7812086571006945&source=result

Email: rabbit_residence@hotmail.com