If you are fully aware of the expenses & committment for responsible rabbit ownership please ring
and one of our volunteers will contact you as soon as possible.
The £30 adoption fee includes a full veterinary health check, neutering, micro-chipping and full course of vaccinations against myxomatosis & VHD.1 & VHD2. The adoption fee for a pair of rabbits is £50.
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.
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.
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:
Smokey R5 - aged 7 months
Prior to coming into our care Smokey had been living in less than ideal conditions with other older rabbits. At just 6 months of age he had suffered multiple skin injuries from being attacked by the others and as a result he had to have part of his upper eyelid removed. All his injuries have now healed and he has been vaccinated, neutered & microchipped and is ready to find his forever home. He is a friendly, lively rabbit who needs space to run and lots of enrichment to keep him occupied. He also needs a friend and is looking to live outdoors with a vaccinated and neutered female rabbit
To help you find the perfect pet for you, download the appropriate Perfect Match form, fill in & sign & return to us at email@example.com
Registered Charity Number
RSPCA Cruelty & Advice Helpline
This number is available from 7am -10pm 7 days a week
60 Moor Lane
To adopt a dog or bird
To adopt a cat
To adopt a rabbit or other small animal
(This number is not to report animal cruelty - please ring the RSPCA helpline 03001234999 for this)
Bridlington Charity Shop
Our charity shop has closed. Please ring one of the other phone numbers with your enquiry.
Bridlington Fund Raising
Enquiries to our email address
Driffield Fund Raising
Dog Warden (East Riding)
(Please do not leave urgent concerns about cruelty on this e-mail address as it is not manned all day. Ring concerns through to the RSPCA helpline 0300 1234999 which is available from 7am to 10pm 7 days a week