Small Furries needing homes

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All our rescue rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters and others needing a good home are here.
PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION HERE before offering to rehome any of our animals. If you would like to discuss rehoming a small furry, please email or call 01625 669620.
Adoption fees are:
£45 per Rabbit
£80 per pair of rabbits
£15 per Guinea Pig
£10 per rat or hamster

“Is a Rabbit right for me?” Please read these facts about rabbit ownership including how much it costs to care for rabbits, it may surprise you!

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Cinnamon & Spice – American Guinea Pigs

Female 3 years old Arrived 3rd August Fostered in Congleton Cinnamon and Spice were signed over by their owner after they asked us to take in their rabbit that had no quality of life, the owner was very poorly and needed help, upon arriving at the property we learnt about […]

Luke – Cross breed rabbit

    Luke Cross breed Male Young adult Arrived 4th June Private boarding Rode Heath Luke (along with a cat) was left behind and abandoned by whoever owned him. He is a reasonably large cross breed. He is a gentle soul, reasonably confident, enjoys his food andno aggression. He will […]

Dexter & Dougal – Peruvian Guinea Pigs

Dexter & Dougal Peruvian Guinea Pigs Approx 1 year old Male Arrived 9th May Fostered in Congleton   10th July update: Sadly Dexter was put to sleep after  being very poorly, despite the best veterinary and foster care he was not responding. So that leaves Dougal looking for a home […]

Mabel & Rose – Lion Head cross Wild Rabbits

Mabel & Rose Lion Head cross Wild rabbit Female 9 months old Arrived 3rd May Fostered in Macclesfield These beautiful sisters came into our care due to an accidental litter after one of the adults escaped and mated with a wild rabbit so they landed up with 10 rabbits in […]

Mo & Jessie – cross breed Rabbits

Mo & Jessie Male & Female 5 and 4 years old cross breed Arrived 25th June Location: Private boarding Rode Heath     Update: On the 28th of March Mo had to have his left eye removed as it got Glaucoma and he lost his sight, it was a necessary […]