OUR SUCCESS STORIES
Every rabbit and guinea pig we care for leaves a special paw-print on our hearts. Here are just a few of our recent rescues in their fur-ever homes.
POLY AND SIOUXIE
Poly and Siouxie arrived at the rescue in 2022 having being taken by someone who found they were being given away. These beautiful girls who's history is unknown found a home locally and now live their best life int heir own purpose built shed with large run as well as free space to run in the garden when supervised.
Rosie (on the left) was re-homed to a lovely family earlier in the year to pair up with their rescue rabbit Dexter. Rosie came to us in August 2020 and had been bought during the first lockdown and kept by her owner for no more than 6 weeks before they wanted to sign her over to the rescue. Rosie was extremely timid when she arrived and then had to wait a few months before she could be neutered. She was never any trouble; being such a sweet gentle rabbit to look after. We were so pleased when she found an indoor home that suited her perfectly. Here she is in her new home. This is why we started the rescue - to help rabbits like Rosie.
Here's Dasher (previously called Peanut). Dasher/Peanut came into the rescue in October 2020 as he had been bought to live with another rabbit who subsequently passed away so he ended up living alone. He was neutered and vaccinated while at the rescue and was adopted to live as a (mainly) indoor rabbit with Dot. He soon made himself at home! What a cute couple they are!
Dasher was re-homed from the rescue in February 2021.
Elsa had been left to roam free for at least 2 months before arriving at the rescue.
When she arrived she was very underweight and nervous.
With love and care she blossomed into the most beautiful friendly rabbit.
Elsa has now found a home with Bobby, one of our previous foster rabbits.
FLORENCE & OREO
Flo (dark grey) came to the rescue age 5 years approx. She had previously lived with other rabbits and as they passed away she had been left living alone and was very lonely.
She paired up with Oreo (black and white Dutch), who was also in the rescue, very easily and they adore each other. They have been rehomed together.
William (on the left of the photo) came to the rescue the week before Easter 2021, he had been found by a farmer out in open countryside. Due to the location we believe that he had been abandoned.
William was only young and sadly the other rabbit seen with him was never caught.
We discovered that William was a friendly happy rabbit and we all soon fell in love with him.
William was neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and subsequently found a home with one of our supporters and her female rabbits Elizabeth and Bluebell.
He now lives with the girls in a large shed with run attached as well as having access to the garden when his owner is home to supervise.
William is a very lucky rabbit, his fate could have been very different had he not been found and brought to the rescue.