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DUTCH RABBITS

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These rabbits were found abandoned on an allotment.  They are all really sweet!  The ones we have left are only a few months old - 3 girls and 2 boys


If you would like to offer a home to any of these stunning rabbits please call 01775 640629 to make an appointment to meet them.


All our rabbits will be vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.


Rabbits like to have friends so we do not re-home them singulary.  We either re-home them in pairs or on their own if there is already another rabbit in the household.


There is an adoption fee of £30 for a single rabbit or £50 for a pair



Why I'm special

These were tiny babies when they first came into our care.  Now they are beautiful young rabbits desperately in need of loving homes.  They are friendly and happy little bunnies and will make such lovely pets!

My personality

  • I may be able to live with a female rabbit
  • I'd be happy living indoors if you give me lots to do
  • I could live with children
  • I like play and I love my toys

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: BLACK/WHITE
Age: 0-3 Months

Contact the centre or branch about me:

RSPCA Lincolnshire East Branch

07967 565367

9.30am-12.30pm Mon-Fri (closed Sat & Sun)

We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: BLACK/WHITE
Age: 0-3 Months
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Help feed animals in our care

Dog eating out of a dog bowl © RSPCA

It costs on average £8.52 to feed a single animal in our care for just one week!

We rehome thousands of animals every year. Whilst some are lucky enough to find a new home in just a few weeks, many more stay with us for months until we're able to find them their perfect family.

Will you help us cover the costs of feeding dogs, cats, horses, rabbits and more with a donation today?

*The funds collected will be used wherever the need is greatest.