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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Fluffy -Cross breed Rabbit

Fluffy Male 5 years old Cross breed Arrived 15th March Fostered in Chapel en Le Frith Fluffy came into our care because he was unwanted. Original owner left him temporarily with somone else, but then moved abroad without letting the ‘carer’ know. He has been checked by two different vets […]

Rainbow – Lionhead Rabbit

Rainbow Female Lionhead 5 years approx Arrived 6th March Private boarding, Rode Heath Rainbow is a gorgeous scruff of a bunny! Her owner contacted us as they have in total 5 rabbits that they can’t care for properly. We will be taking them in as and when we have space. […]

Agnes & Anson – Tortie Lionhead/cross Rabbits

Agnes & Anson Agnus 1 year, Anson 6 months approx Female & Male Tortie Lionhead/cross Arrived 18th September Private boarding, Rode Heath Mother and Son, an adorable duo were transferred from Tameside & Glossop RSPCA after recieving 30 rabbits via an Inspector, a lot for a branch to deal with […]

Luke – Cross breed rabbit

Luke Cross breed Male Young adult Arrived 25th September Private boarding Rode Heath Luke (along with a cat) was left behind and abandoned by whoever owned him. He originally arrived in June, he was eventually adopted but has been returned due to the bonding by adopter not working out with […]

Mabel & Rose – cross breed Rabbits

Mabel & Rose Cross breed rabbits 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 total which […]