Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch
Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch

Rabbits & Small Animals Looking for Loving Homes

We are now showing our rabbits & other small animals under the traffic light system.

Animals who have been in our care for less than 3 months are shown in green, animals with us between 4 & 6 months are shown in amber & animals over 6 months are shown in red.

 

The  adoption fee includes a full veterinary health check, neutering, micro-chipping and full course of vaccinations against myxomatosis & VHD.1 & VHD2. 

 

VHD2 otherwise known as RHD2 is a new disease that is deadly to any rabbit who catches it. It is imperative that all rabbit owners vaccinate their rabbits against this disease.All rabbits adopted from the RSPCA will be vaccinated for this prior to adoption. It is the responsibility of adopters to ensure that their rabbits are given boosters for all these diseases.

 

Important information to potential new adopters

If you are thinking of giving a rabbit or a pair of rabbits a home, please contact us before you buy a hutch. Our volunteer will give you good advice on hutch sizes and runs to ensure that any pets will have the right environment for a happy & contented life.

 

If you feel you can offer a rabbit (or two) a forever home then please get in touch by emailing: bridlingtonrspcarabbits@outlook.com or telephone Tracy on: 07850190397



Last updated 15th  May 2022

 

Housing needs for a rabbit

 

Rabbits are active, intelligent, social animals. They have complex welfare needs that must be met if they to be happy and healthy. Providing housing that meets a rabbits complex environmental and behavioural needs are an important part of responsible ownership.

 

They need access to sheltered living space and an outdoor excercise area. This must measure no less than 3 metres x 2metres x 1 metre high.

 

Please ring email our rabbit rehoming volunteer for more information BEFORE buying any housing for your rabbit on:

bridlingtonrspcarabbits@outlook.com 

 

Coco & Daisy R1 & R2 - aged 18 months

 

Coco & Daisy are a male & female bonded pair. They came into care through an RSPCA Inspector as their owner could no longer care for them.

They are friendly and just need a little time to get used to being handled. They would be best suited to a family with some experience of rabbits and who are willing to give them plenty of space to explore.

Roley R5 age 2 years

 

Roley is a very friendly female crossbreed rabbit. She loves to play  and have plenty of space. She came in with 2 other rabbits so she can either be rehomed to pair with a vaccinated, neutered male or can be rehomed as a pair or a trio.

Digger R6 age 3 years

 

Digger is a male crossbreed rabbit who came into care as his owner no longer had time to take care of him or his two female companions. He is a very friendly rabbit and can be rehomed to pair up with a neutered, vaccinated female or can be rehomed as a pair or a trio straight from us.

Ariel R7 age 3 years

 

Ariel came into care with Digger and Roley. She is a very friendly rabbit who can sometimes be a bit shy. She can be rehomed to live with a male neutered, vaccinated rabbit or be adopted with either or both of the rabbits she came in with.

Benjamin R4 age unknown

 

Benjamin is a Netherland Dwarf rabbit who came into our care as his owner could no longer look after him. He is very friendly and just needs a little time to get used to new people. He is neutered and vaccinated and is looking for a new home where he can pair up with another small breed female rabbit that is also neutered and vaccinated.

 

Mario G16 - aged 1 year

 

Mario came into our care as his owner was finding it hard to spend the time with him he needed. Mario has now been neutered. He is very friendly and he needs someone who can keep on top of grooming him. He is looking for a home where he can pair up with a female Guinea Pig or a group of female Guinea Pigs.

Pip G10 - aged 2 years

 

Pip came into care as his owner no longer had the time to spend with him. He is very frindly and has been living on his own. He needs to go to a new home with a female Guinea Pig or a group of females. He would need to be kept separate during the bonding process and advice on this can be given once the adoption process begins.

Joey G15 - aged 2 years

 

Joey came into our care as his owner could no longer care for him. He is very friendly and just needs to build his confidence. He is neutered and looking for a new home where he can paid up with a single female or a group of female Guinea Pigs.

Brandy R22 aged 6 months

 

Brandy is a female Crossbreed rabbit. She is very friendly and she is looking for a new home where she can pair up with a neutered and vaccinated male rabbit. She is used to a large run so she will need a new home with plenty of space and toys.

Sherry R21 aged 6 months

 

Sherry is a female Crossbreed rabbit. She is very friendly and she is looking for a new home where she can pair up with a neutered & vaccinated male rabbit. She loves to play and loves lots of space to hop around in too.

Frizzle & Patch R28 & R29 -

aged 2 years

 

These are 2 gorgeous Lionhead rabbits who are  both friendly but also fairly timid. They have been used toliving indoors but are now getting used to living outdoors wityh plenty of space to stretch their legs and run around in. They do come as a pair so will need lots of space. They are both neutered & vaccinated and will be microchipped too.

 

Jacob R27 - aged 5 months

 

Jacob is a very friendly young chap who loves to be around people. He also loves his hay!. He likes to play with toys and loves lots of attention.

He is looking for a new home with a neutered and fully vaccinated female rabbit.

Thumper - aged 2 years

 

Thumper is a handsome male Lop X who has been neuteres, vaccinated & microchipped. He originally came into care in May and was adopted to live with a female rabbit but unfortunately the bonding process didn't go too well so Thumper is back in our care. He is once again looking for a home with a female companion.

To help you find the perfect pet for you, download the appropriate Perfect Match form, fill in & sign & return to us at rspca.bridlington@hotmail.co.uk

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Correspondence Address

RSPCA

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01377 240325

 

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07712459857

 

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07850190397

 

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