Bluebell is a lovely 2 and a half year old female Dwarf Lop. She recently lost her partner, so we are looking to rehome her with a suitable companion, preferably a neutered male. She’s outgoing and friendly but may be unsuitable for very young children.
Walter is a neutered male lop who we think is around 4 years old. He was handed into a vet surgery having been found stray, as on one claimed him he needs a new home. He is quite a large rabbit, around 3.5 kg, but not that active and very laid back. We would like to re home him as a partner for a compatible rabbit bearing in mind he has not been neutered very long so he will take some time to settle fully.
These are Homer, Ned and Moe, 3 male Degus who are around 3 years old. They all live together and would be best rehomed to someone with prior experience of keeping Degus. They will need plenty of space to play and explore in a cool area without predatory pets. All 3 have tails intact. On this occasion we can not re home with cage.
Daisy is neutered female and around 18 months old. She is quite friendly and has a lovely blue/grey coat. She is fully vaccinated and we are hoping she will got to a home with plenty of space and the company of another rabbit.
Albert was found when he was only a few weeks old and hand raised, we think a cat may have taken him from his nest and dropped him. He is full of energy but only small for his age. He would be suited to an experienced owner who is aware of dietary needs and can offer him a secure home. He uses his litter tray, is quite tame and loves a head rub, but is very timid when outside in his run and can get stressed. We have not yet had him neutered as he is a bit of a late developer but when this is done we would like to see if we can pair him with another rabbit for company. He will need a quiet home without young children or boisterous dogs/ pets.