Whilst we are not strictly a fully functioning rescue (yet?), we do offer a ‘match-making’ service by lending a hand to those who approach asking for help when situations arise and new homes are needed for their Rabbits. This gives the owners the peace of mind that their much loved pets will not end up in the wrong hands, when for whatever reason, they need to find new families for their furry friends as our charity will both vet and home-check potential new owners on your behalf to ensure the long-term welfare for those rabbits.
We can also assist on bonding and any other rabbit related questions and offer follow up advice regarding diet, housing, health and so on, to ensure the best outcome possible for all involved.
If you wish to adopt any of the lovely bunnies then please contact us at
We also have a trio of bonded sister bunnies who are looking for their furever home together, they are currently undergoing vet treatments, neutering and vaccinations,
However, Prue, the large dark grey bunny, will have to lose a few pounds before she can be spayed, so this means it will be towards the end of the year before they’re available to hop off to their new home.
Evee (black), Piper (grey with light brown flecks) and Prue are all roughly 1 and a half years old, are a trio of curious, happy, friendly and active girls who are in good health and share a close bond with each other.
We do have an current Justgiving Crowdfunding appeal active at the moment to help us establish our 1st long term foster placement based in the Clyde Valley in partnership with TASS (Tribe Animal Sanctuary Scotland).
Our planned rescue rabbit accommodation will not only safely house rabbits waiting on their new homes, but act as a educational focal point to help raise awareness into the true welfare needs of rabbits. Please support us if you can. Thank you!
Please check back soon as there are always lots of bunnies in need of good homes who will soon hop our way looking for help.
Meanwhile, you may wish to contact the following rescue centers:
Happy re-homed bunnies