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Brilliant bunnies looking for homes


To mark International Rabbit Day, Saturday 23 September, we’re showcasing some of our brilliant bunnies who are looking for homes.

Bonded rabbits looking for homes

Heidi, Rosie and Ruby

Heidi, Ruby and Rosie are a mum and two daughters who are very much a bonded trio.

Heidi is two years old and Rosie and Ruby are both just over one year old. Heidi came into RSPCA care after she was found abandoned in a box with other rabbits. She gave birth to a litter of seven just a couple of weeks later.

They are very clean rabbits and very independent. They are looking for a home where they have plenty of space to run around and play. They don’t enjoy being picked up and handled but they will interact when they are offered a tasty treat.

Aspen and Ember

Aspen and Ember are another pair of bonded bunnies who came into RSPCA care when they were about six weeks old, after they were abandoned in a garden.

They are now nearly six months old and are ready to find their forever home. The two girls are very friendly, nosey and inquisitive, and love a fuss and a stroke.

The pair have been neutered though due to complications Ember still has one ovary. She can’t get pregnant but it may mean she will be more hormonal than a usual neutered female. Both rabbits have also been vaccinated and microchipped.

Rono and Owl

Rono and Owl are two sweet and gentle bonded bunnies looking for a home.

They came into RSPCA care along with their mum and siblings when they were just three weeks old.

The pair are inquisitive and friendly and love to be around people. These house rabbits would make good family pets as they like to be handled and would enjoy lots of attention.

Rono and Owl are nearly six months old which means they are very active and need lots of toys to keep them occupied. They have been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and are looking for a home together.

Single bunnies looking for a best bud


Freddie is an 18-month-old dwarf lop who came into RSPCA care as a baby. He was rehomed with his brother Ollie, but they were returned by the owner because they had a fall out with one another and needed to be separated.

Freddie is neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped and enjoys plenty of space to play and keep himself occupied. All the changes in his life recently have made him a little unsettled so he will need a patient owner to help him settle into his new home.


Ollie is a dwarf lop, also 18-months-old, and came into RSPCA care with his brother Freddie, who he no longer gets along with.

Ollie is sweet and friendly, inquisitive and loves his food. He will also need to find a home with a bunny he can bond with. He needs to be able to go outside and play, loves his toys and could live in a home with children.


Fred is a two-year-old English spot rabbit. He’s also at the RSPCA Altrincham branch after living with a number of other rabbits in very small, dark, unsuitable hutches.

He was scared and traumatised at first and panicked whenever anyone tried to touch him. But he’s undergone an amazing transformation and is now a happy, bouncy and energetic young rabbit who will be happy to see his new owner.

He will need a calm and gentle home who can give him plenty of space to run around and build up the muscle he has lost from previously being cooped up in a tiny space. He has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and is looking to be bonded with a neutered female rabbit.

Interested in adopting?

For Heidi, Ruby and Rosie, Aspen and Ember, Rono and Owl, Freddie, Ollie and Fred contact the RSPCA Altrincham Cheshire Branch 01612 862503 or email rspca.alt.cheshire.smallanimals@gmail.com

To rehome any of the rabbits in RSPCA care, search for rabbits near you on our find a pet pages.

To help the RSPCA continue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in desperate need of care please donate online on our website, or text LOVE to 87023 to give £3 (Text costs £3 + one standard network rate message).

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