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Here are our Rabbits that are ready for rehoming. This webpage is updated regularly.

All our animals who are ready for adoption are also shown on the National RSPCA “Find a Pet” website, where they have lots of free online help and support, if you are considering adopting a pet or have just taken a new animal into your home. We are always happy to give help and advice about re-homing an animal.


Due to changes in the way we complete our VAT Return, as a result of VAT changes at RSPCA HQ, we are now required to clearly display any VAT in our Rehoming Fees and Rehoming Documentation.

Generally our rescue animals are free of VAT, but some which come to us for rehoming via the RSPCA Inspectorate may be liable to VAT.

In all cases, the rehoming fee will be as shown on our website and will include any VAT where applicable

Our adoption fees are £50 for a single rabbit and £95 for a pair of rabbits. Additional donations are greatly appreciated to help us to continue with our work. 

All our rabbits are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption. We will arrange to visit your home to discuss your new rabbit with you prior to adoption and answer any further questions you may have about rehoming. During the home visit, we can ensure the home is suitable and advise on preparing your home and garden, removing potential dangers, and buying food, bedding, and toys.

During the home visit, we can discuss bonding your chosen rabbit. Rabbits are happiest in pairs or groups, we won't rehome a single rabbit to live outside alone. A neutered male/ neutered female combination is usually the most successful bond.

If you currently have a pet rabbit, they will need to be neutered and up to date with their vaccinations.

We do occasionally have single bunnies suitable for being a single house rabbit in a home where they will have plenty of human company and will not be left alone for long periods of time.

Ahead of the home visit, you will need to ensure that the rabbit(s) will have plenty of space to move around and stretch freely without restriction to be healthy.

For a pair of small to medium sized rabbits, they will need 24 hour access to a secure minimum sized set up of 60sqft (3mx2mx1m) all on one level, which should include a minimum sized bedroom area of 6ftx2ftx2ft. This should ideally be situated on a concrete or flagged base. All wire needs to be galvanised wire mesh (16G 13mmx13mm) not chicken wire. For large or giant bunnies minimum size set ups will need to be bigger than above.

Before buying any set ups you can, if you wish, check the suitability with us first. The more space they will have, the better for the rabbit’s health and happiness. Large and giant breed bunnies will need larger set ups.

We are here to help and support for the rest of the rabbit’s life.

If you would like to offer any of our rabbits a new home please contact Jo on rspca.alt.cheshire.smallanimals@gmail.com


This handsome dude is Rocky. who is an 18 month old dwarf lop.
Rocky came into our care via an rspca inspector from a huge case of rabbits.

Rocky is just a bundle of fun and mischief! He's into everything and loves to be kept busy. He's very nosey and likes to know exactly what is going on!

Rocky is brilliantly litter trained and is a fabulous hay eater. He loves his tunnel and cardboard boxes to run through and sit on top of.

Rocky is neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped. Rocky is looking for a home where he will be bonded with a calm level headed neutered female bun who won't mind his confident cocky nature. Their home must be at least 60sqft.

Barnaby is a dwarf lop who is approximately 2-3 years old.
Barnaby came into our care via an rspca inspector long with lots of other rabbits from a huge case of rabbits.

he was quite poorly initially and lost lots of weight. We battled through and he is now is peak condition and super healthy.

Barnaby is very particular with his litter training and prefers an empty tray lined with just a puppy pad.

Barnaby like to be kept busy! He loves lots of boxes to chew and tunnels to run through. He likes to sit up high on his boxes. He also does the best binkies when charging around the garden!

Barnaby has been neutered, he's fully vaccinated and microchipped. He is looking for a spacious home of at least 60sqft where he will be bonded with a neutered female rabbit.

This very handsome boy is Bobby. Bobby is an 18 month old dwarf lop.

Bobby came into our care along with lots of other rabbits via an rspca inspector from a huge case of rabbits.

Bobby is a sweet gentle boy who enjoys a stroke when having his veggies. He's a very intelligent boy, he likes to play games like rolling his treat ball round to dispense treats!

Bobby has a wonderful coat! He is short haired but his coat is super thick so he will need regular grooming, especially during moulting so he doesnt ingest the fur.
Bobby's favourite place is sitting up high, either ontop of his carrier or on his chair. Bobby is brilliantly litter trained and loves his hay.

Bobby has been neutered,  he's fully vaccinated and microchipped. He is looking for a spacious home of at least 60sqft where he will be bonded with a neutered female rabbit.

Meet Rolo an 18-month-old dwarf lop.

Rolo came into our care via an rspca inspector from a huge case of rabbits.

Rolos favourite activity is charging around the garden at super fast speed with his ears flapping in the wind! Rolo is a really sweet boy, he's gentle with a laid back attitude to life.

Rolo is brilliantly litter trained, he loves his toys, especially tunnels! He's a great hay eater, an all round super sweet little fella!

Rolo has been neutered, he's fully vaccinated and microchipped. Rolo is looking for a spacious home of at least 60sqft, where he will be bonded with a neutered female rabbit.

Molly and Ginny came into our care as part of a large case of rabbits, they are currently living as housebunnies but could live as outdoor bunnies in the right set up.

The girls are neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped. They are looking for their forever home together.

Molly (mum) is smaller and has more grey on her. Ginny is bigger, mostly white and has blue eyes.
They love their hay and get very giddy when it’s time for new hay.

Molly is usually the less tolerant one of the pair. Molly can become aggressive when food is involved so care needs to be taken when feeding them. Molly can also become territorial when there’s a smaller space available, like a house/hide. So they are probably better in an open pen like they are now.

Molly enjoys a head stroke, but Ginny is less tolerant to touch.

We are convinced Ginny is deaf. Molly might have some hearing but it’s likely poor. It’s very difficult to not sneak up on Ginny if she’s resting or not facing you. This can mean she’s very skittish and some days she will be on high alert if she has been spooked. They will likely benefit in a home that doesn’t have too many people coming and going in their space.

They would likely benefit with owners who are patient and happy to let them settle and do their own thing.
They may come to tolerate an animal in the home if they were more exposed to them.
Molly and Ginny
Molly and Ginny
Molly and Ginny

Introducing our very special trio Twix, Cadbury and Galaxy. This special trio were born in our care back on 1st May 2021.

Their mum and 2 aunties came into our care in April 2021, sadly one of their aunties was extremely poorly when she came into our care so on veterinary advice she was put to sleep. Belle and Grace both had big abscesses which needed surgery, they were both heavily pregnant and both gave birth to 8 babies each within a week of each other.
Sadly when Grace's babies were 4 weeks old we lost them all and Grace over the space of 3 days.

We kept Belle and her 8 babies in strict isolation and had them all vaccinated as soon as Belles babies got to 30 days old. At 6 weeks old sadly one by one, over the space of 3 weeks, Belles babies developed horrific sudden onset diahorrea and despite immediate intensive veterinary treatment we lost 5 babies and also Belle. Tests showed they were suffering from coccidia and also vhd2.

Twix, Cadbury and Galaxy are the 3 survivers from the group of 19. They are now 8 months old and are thriving. They are friendly sociable playful bunnies. They are all neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped.

Twix is an agouti/grey boy. Cadbury is an upeared steal grey girl. Galaxy is a beautiful steal grey helicopter eared girl. They are Belgian hare cross bunnies. They have all been given a clean bill of health.

Twix, Cadbury and Galaxy are looking for a forever home together. They are currently housebunnies but could live indoors or outdoors. They are vhd2 carriers so will need to be kept separate from other rabbits. They are currently living individually so will need to be bonded in their forever home.

Twix, Cadbury and Galaxy
Twix, Cadbury and Galaxy

Thomas & Chloe are a beautiful pair of bunnies looking for their forever home together.

Thomas is a white and grey lionhead cross aged approximately 3 years old. He came into our care via an rspca inspector from a large multi rabbit household. Thomas was rehomed a couple of times but both times was returned to our care due to failed bonds. So we decided to bond him in our care and after a little grumpiness to start with he absolutely fell in love with Chloe.

Chloe is a small/medium sized upeared cross breed girl. She is a stunningly beautiful grey colour. Chloe came into our care via another rspca branch, she was signed over into their care as her previous owner had bought a puppy who didnt like Chloe, so they decided Chloe had to go bless her. She is the sweetest little girl, quietly confident and always first to the front when food is on offer!


Thomas and Chloe are both neutered & vaccinated and are looking for an outdoor set up of at least 60sq feet (3mx2mx1m) where they can play, explore and just be bunnies! They are fantastic hay eaters, both love their food and will make the loveliest addition to their new family. They are both very good with their litter training. They are looking for a quiet rabbity home without children.


Introducing Pixie & Mo. These gorgeous 3 year old buns came into our care after their owner's circumstances changed and they could no longer give them the care they needed.

Pixie is a super cute black Polish bun, who's often mistaken for a baby bun or even a guinea pig thanks to her tiny stature, but what she lacks in size she makes up in personality - she is one cheeky and sassy girl!

Mo is an adorable grey and white mini lop, who sees his role as Pixie's guardian and protector (often taking this to the extreme and laying right over her!). He went through a bit of a grumpy stage while he was being treated for a few health issues, but now that these have resolved he's become a sweet and gentle boy who enjoys a good head rub while he's eating his meals.

Pixie & Mo have previously lived as house bunnies and would prefer to go back to that - they are both lovely and tidy with their litter trays.

Mo has had a few issues with his eyes (conjunctivitis and ulcers - both now fully cleared) and as a result has a few small scars on his corneas. They shouldn't cause him any issues but regular eye checks at home (and by a vet at his annual boosters) would be recommended.

Both Pixie and Mo are neutered, chipped and vaccinated against Myxomatosis VHD1 and VHD2, so they're all ready for their forever home - could it be with you?
Pixie & Mo
Pixie & Mo

Maya & Archer are a stunning Mum/Son pair of Belgian hare cross rabbits looking for their forever home. 

Maya arrived into RSPCA care when her babies were five weeks old having been removed from a neglect situation with her and her eight babies living in a 3ft hutch.

The pair are quietly confident and whilst they aren’t always sure about being stroked, they will happily climb all over you whilst you’re trying to clean them out! With one on one time spent sitting at their level, they certainly have the potential to become extremely friendly rabbits.

Both are of a very comical nature and are happy to interact with you, and if you have food they will do absolutely anything! 


Being an athletic breed, they will need a large set up with plenty of enrichment and lots of space to run. They are hugely entertaining, they love running through tunnels, will need different levels as they love to be up high climbing and exploring. Their ultimate favourite pastime is to melt into a puddle of sunshine and snooze the day away.  

Both are excellent hay eaters, are neutered and vaccinated and ready and waiting for a wonderful home to come forward and adopt them - a beautiful pair of rabbits both in looks and personality.

Maya & Archer
Maya & Archer
Maya & Archer
Maya & Archer

Meet Betty & Hudson, 2 year old husbun & wifebun. They are both cheeky and confident bunnies, with a passion for bunstruction - their favourite thing is getting a new cardboard box full of hay that they can eat and then demolish!

They are fantastic eaters (perhaps a bit too much!) and enjoy eating greens, veg and forage alongside mountains of hay. They will always come to greet their foster mum at mealtimes and quite enjoy a little fuss while they're eating, but they do find being picked up quite stressful, as many bunnies do, so would prefer a home where this could be minimised.

Betty (white lop) and Hudson (black and white Dutch) are closely bonded and very sweet to watch together, but when introduced to new spaces Hudson can sometimes demonstrate some dominant behaviours towards Betty, which can stress her out a bit, so they would need to be introduced to any new larger areas gradually. 

Betty & Hudson have both been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated against Myxomatosis VHD1 and VHD2.

Meet Fozzie and Sweetpea

Fozzie and Sweetpea came into our care due to their owners ill health, they were no longer able to provide the care the bunnies needed. Sweetpea was originally adopted from us in 2019.

Fozzie is approximately 9 years old and Sweetpea is approximately 4 years old.

This pair just love the freedom to run and binky in the garden, Sweetpea does the most amazing jumps and twists and turns! They are truly at their happiest having lots of outdoor space to explore. Fozzie loves his home comforts with a nice comfy soft bed to lay out on.

They were both quite overweight when they arrived in our care, Sweetpea had infected fat rolls around her bottom which needed antibiotics and cleaning daily. She is now fully healed and a healthy weight and has no issues at all keeping herself clean.

Both bunnies are fed a mainly hay based diet with a few very low calcium veggies. Fozzie started having a few urinary issues and after investigation we found a huge bladder stone which was surgically removed. He is now fully healed and enjoys his romaine lettuce.

Both bunnies are fabulous hay eaters, they particularly love a bit of readi grass. They are also great with their litter training. Neither bunnies like to be picked up, they are very much rabbity rabbits who are wonderful to watch. Fozzie is the more sociable of the pair.

Fozzie and Sweetpea are both neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped.

Fozzie is quite a large boy, they will need a new home a minimum of 60sqft all on one level. They have never lived in a hutch so a shed and run or an aviary style set up would be ideal for them. 
Fozzie and Sweetpea
Fozzie and Sweetpea
Fozzie and Sweetpea
Fozzie and Sweetpea


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