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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.


Our adoption fees are £45 for a single rabbit and £80 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. Our rabbits are neutered at 4 months old, so if your chosen rabbit is younger than that, we will organise with you for the rabbit to be neutered once old enough.

We will then arrange to visit your home to discuss your new rabbit with you 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 medium sized rabbits, living outside, you will need a minimum sized set up of a 6ftx2ftx2ft bedroom area (hutch) with a permanently attached run of 6ftx6ftx2ft, ideally situated on a concrete or flagged base. All wire needs to be galvanised wire mesh 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 call our Branch Manager Julia Tucker on 0161 286 2503 or email rspca.altrincham.cheshire@googlemail.com


How handsome is Graham!?

Graham is a young adult male English spot, he is a beautiful grey and white.

Graham came into our care after he was abandoned along with 2 other rabbits in filthy dirty cages outside another Rspca branch.

Graham is a very athletic breed and he certainly lives up to that! He is a really sweet gentle boy who, when settled, does the most amazing bunny flops!

He is a fabulous hay eater and loves his greens. He is a very intelligent bunny and learns very quickly! He is also brilliantly litter trained.

Graham was castrated 14.1.20 so will be ready to be bonded with a neutered female rabbit after 25.2.20. He has been fully vaccinated and microchipped.


Meet the amazingly adorable Peanut and Feta.

Peanut is a white/grey male dwarf lop aged 18 months old. Feta is a female rex with the most beautiful velvet soft fur aged just a year old.

Peanut and Feta have been very much loved bunnies in their previous home, they were free range house bunnies. They were signed over into our care due to their owner relocating abroad.

Peanut and Feta are wonderfully friendly confident bunnies. Peanut is super sassy and definitely knows his own mind!

They are both fantastic hay eaters and love their fresh veggies twice a day. They are also brilliantly litter trained.

Peanut and Feta are both neutered, fully vaccinated against myxomatosis, vhd1 and vhd2, they are also both microchipped. They would love to be rehomed as house bunnies.
Peanut and Feta
Peanut and Feta

Meet cute couple Freckles and Bobbins, two adorable 1 year old bunnies who came into our care from a multi-animal household via RSPCA inspectors.

Freckles is a pretty up-eared girl with speckly fur, and Bobbins is a gorgeous ginger and white lionhead boy. Freckles can be a bit shy sometimes, and she takes her own time to decide if she trusts new people or not.

Bobbins on the other hand is the polar opposite, and he is super-confident and cheeky with everyone from day 1, especially if there's any chance of food or escape!

Freckles and Bobbins are both great hay eaters and love their greens and kale. They're pretty much litter trained, and keep their home neat and tidy. Both have been checked over by an exotics vet and have been neutered, chipped and vaccinated against VHD1, VHD2 and Myxomatosis. 
Freckles and Bobbins
Freckles and Bobbins

Our lovely Molly and Kurtis are looking for their forever home together. Molly and Kurtis are brother and sister aged approximately a year old. They are Dutch cross rabbits.

Molly and Kurtis are lovely friendly inquistive young bunnies. They came into our care via an rspca inspector along with their siblings.

Molly and Kurtis are fabulous hay eaters and are great with their litter training.

Molly and Kurtis have been neutered, fully vaccinated against myxomatosis vhd1 and vhd2 and microchipped.

Molly and Kurtis
Molly and Kurtis
Molly and Kurtis
Molly and Kurtis
Molly and Kurtis

Our fabulous French lop duo are now ready to find their forever homes. Meet Frankie and Freckles. These babies are now 6 months old and already weighing in at around 3kg!!

Frankie is the tan coloured female, Freckles is the grey spotty boy .

This duo came into our care via the rspca inspectorate from a multi rabbit case with over 70 rabbits in the home.

Both bunnies are super social and inquisitive. They are always happy to see you and will follow you round and 'mug you' until they get their greens or a treat or a fuss. Both are fabulous hay eaters and are getting there with their litter training.

Freckles has had to have his incisors removed so he needs to have his veggies and greens shredded and grated for him, any new home must be prepared to do this twice daily for him to enable him to eat enough.

Freckles was literally starving when he first arrived, he was skin and bone purely because he wasn't able to eat properly. Since having his front teeth removed he has gone from strength to strength.

Freckles is the baby of the group, he is so soft. Frankie is the explorer of the group, she does amazing binkies around the garden.

Frankie and Freckles are giant bunnies so will need a large home, either a shed with aviary style set up or as free range house bunnies.  These guys are looking for a home as a bonded pair.

Frankie and Freckles have both been neutered, are fully vaccinated against myxomatosis vhd1 and vhd2 and are microchipped 



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