Animals available for adoption – Updated August 2018
An adoption fee will be requested for adopting one of our deserving animals, which is needed to cover the cost of their neutering fees as we are a completely self funded rescue. All adoption fees go directly back into the rescue and helping more animals in need. Please contact us for more information on this and any aspect of rehoming.
Please remember that contrary to popular belief, rabbits do not make great pets for young children. They can be difficult to handle and can bite at tiny fingers poked through bars thinking they are a tasty carrot. However, as long as you are prepared for this and accept that you will undoubtably end up doing all the cleaning out etc, there is no reason not to adopt rabbits as a family pet.
The Littlest Rescue run a neutering program and all our rabbits are neutered prior to leaving us, they are fully vaccinated against myxomatosis, VHD1 and VHD2.
We do not rehome rabbits or guinea pigs to live alone as they are highly social animals that need company of their own kind. They are available to adopt in pairs and we also offer a ‘match-up dating service’ for lonely/bereaved animals.
Our ‘animals ready for adoption’ section is updated as much as possible, however as we have rabbits and guinea pigs coming in and out of the rescue centre continuously we cannot add all animals to our webpage. If there is an animal you are particularly looking for (for example a castrated male to pair up with your spayed female) we do advise to email us to let us know as we often have waiting lists of people who are ready to adopt and therefore the animals will be adopted out to these people before being added to our website.
Animal pairs looking for homes:
Winne and Thor – In foster care
Winnie & Thor 🐰🐰 friendly pair, Thor is very timid so needs a patient and understanding adult home. Viewings welcome 💕
Amy and Molly- In foster care
These girls are so gorgeous inside and out! Both girls are just over a year, and they are fully vaccinated and spayed. Molly and Amy have had no interest and they’ve been with us over a year! They are a little shy but we would love them to find their furever home, so that they could really come out of their shell.
Lionel and Gruff – In foster care
This gorgeous little and large pair are a funny duo but they love eachother and are looking for the perfect furever home. They are currently housed outdoors in a large aviary set up. They are 3 and 4 years old.
Dexter and Bruce – In foster care
Meet this gorgeous pair, Dexter and Bruce!
These boys are around 1, neutered and have almost had all of their vaccinations.
They are both quite timid and shy at the moment, but with time and the right home we feel they will get a lot more confident. Both of these bouncy bunnies love running around and exploring their enclosure.
Can you offer these lovely boys a home? 🐾
Ziggy and Zaggy – In Foster Care
These lovely boys are still looking for their furever home together. They are around 18 months old, neutered and fully vaccinated.
They are quite shy bunnies, friendly and enjoy their own space. They LOVE their *supervised* free roam time in the garden at their foster mums. They had a big shed in their last home so they are looking for a home with lots of space, and an owner or family that doesn’t mind just leaving them be without too much fuss!
Hugo and Bunny Mummy – LONG TERM FOSTER CARE
This devoted pair are Hugo and Bunny Mummy.
Hugo is a magnificant Continental Giant, about 16 months old. Bunny Mummy is the cutest angora lionhead cross aged 4. She’s very friendly, and totally in charge. He’s quite shy, despite his size, and does whatever she tells him.
They have been loved and well looked after but a change in circumstances mean they need a new home, and they need somewhere with plenty of space.
*Update* These lovely bunnies will now be staying with us in long term foster care due to bunny mummys on going health issues with regards to her teeth and eyes, total spent so far is around £1,500, this will likely increase. If you would like to donate to help us care for bunny mummy please see our ‘how to help’ page or email us, thank you.
Rabbit dating service
Single males available as match-ups to lonely/bereaved females.
Joey – In foster care
Joey was born on 12th of feb 2017, He is a happy, confident boy looking for a wifebun. He is currently outdoors but would suit and indoor or outdoor home. He has a lovely fluffy coat but potential new owners will have to commit to regular grooming, which he is used too. Neutered and fully vaccinated.
Fudge – In foster care
The gorgeous fudge who is a dainty little boy. He is a year old, neutered and fully vaccinated. He absolutely LOVES running and jumping. Fudge is definitely looking for a large outdoor or indoor space to binky. Free ranging would be ideal. He is a very affectionate rabbit, is currently in a foster home with gentle children. He loves his nose strokes and kisses on his ears! He would love a wifebunny and humin friends!
Buddy – In foster care – Reserved
Buddy has lots of energy, he would enjoy a large outdoor space with lots of activities to keep him busy. Hes a keen gardener and his enclosure would need to be completely secure as hes a very intelligent little bunny. He is completely striking and everyone who sees him falls in love with him! He would love the company of a playful wifebun! Hes neutered, aged 1 year and fully vaccinated.
Finn – In foster care
This little cutey is approximately 8-9 months old. He has the sweetest temperament. He will let you stroke him and pick him up with no fuss. He loves all his veg and is partial to a slice of apple! Loves bombing around the garden eating all my weeds and digging. He is an absolute joy to have and will be very missed when he is adopted – Foster mum 💓
Finn is looking for a wifebun, if you have a lonely female looking for a companion, Finn will be a wonderful addition to your family
Aaron – In foster care
Amazing Aaron, came to us from dire circumstances! Would now like to live the life of luxury as an indoor free range bunny or in a palace outdoors. He is 1 year and 1 month old, castrated and fully vaccinated.
Boris – In Foster Care
Meet the new bunny on the block, Boris!
This little chap has quite the bunattitude. He is between 3 and 4 years old and is a dwarf cross breed. Boris has already been castrated, and will soon be fully vaccinated.
Boris can be a bit feisty, but with the right home and right female bun, we are sure he would become much more content!
Have you got the right wife and furever home for him?
George – Main Rescue Centre – On Trial
Gorgeous George is about 3 years old and he is now ready to find the perfect wifebun! George is sweet natured and likes to have a good run around. This lovely bunny is now castrated and fully vaccinated, and is ready to find his furever home with a new wifebun.
James – Main Rescue Centre – On Trial
James is a new bunny that recently came into us.
This little man is such a sweet bundle of fluff that likes to have the freedom to do whatever he wants!
James is about 2 years old, he is a lionhead X and is fully vaccinated. He is booked in to be castrated soon and when this is sorted he will be looking for the perfect wifebun.
Have you got the right female and furever home for him?
Richard – Main Rescue Centre
Meet Richard! This lovely bunny is roughly about 3 years old, and is now fully vaccinated and castrated. He is a bit timid, but we are hoping when he finds the right female bunny he will come out of his shell. Richard is waiting for the perfect home to live in and for a gorgeous wifebun to be bonded with
Arthur – Main Rescue Centre
Amazing Arthur is now ready and waiting for a wifebun! He is about 10 months old, fully vaccinated and castrated. This little chap loves to have a good run around the garden, but can be a bit timid at times. We can’t wait for Arthur to find the perfect home, as we think this will help him gain a lot more confidence. Have you got the perfect wifebun and home for him ?
Single females available as match-up to lonely/bereaved castrated male
Please note we often have a waiting list for spayed females, this may not be long depending on what you are looking for so please email us with your interest as we may have a female ready not yet noted on the website.
Rose- In Foster Care
This gorgeous girl has quite a character!
Only 6 months old, spayed and fully vaccinated. She is now looking for a husbun that can keep up with her antics. She would probably suit an outdoor home better with lots of things to jump on, play with (a.k.a chuck about!) And of course plenty of space for binkies.
Do you have the fur-ever home shes been longing for?
Pebbles- In Foster Care
This lovely lady is approximately 2 and a half years old.
She is spayed and fully vaccinated. She isn’t the smallest bunny but is very loving, and likes lots of space to run around the garden. Pebbles is looking for a husbun so if you have a lonely male, please get in contact.
Maxine – Main Rescue Centre – Reserved
Meet the lovely Maxine!
Maxine is 3 years old, fully vaccinated and has just been spayed.
This beautiful bunny loves running and hopping around, she is such a character!
Maxine is on the hunt for a neutered male bunny to join in on her shenanigans.
Can you offer this bundle of fluff a home?
Jenny – In foster care – On Trial
Jenny came to us along with quite a few other rabbits and came from overcrowded conditions. She previously lived with other unspayed and uncastrated males. So naturally when she came to us she gave birth to 7 babies, unfortunately she had not recovered from her ordeal and abandoned her kits. She was visibly distressed when we found 5 of her babies had passed away. The two surviving ones were taken on her Jennys friend June and thrived in another foster home. Jenny, now spayed and vaccinated is a confident and loving bunny. She would love a husbun with a large living space.
Luna – At main rescue centre – On Trial
Luna is a bunderful character and is looking for an understanding home with previous bonding experience, we have tried Luna with a few males but she hasn’t taken to any. We think she was bullied by her sister so she has has a bad exprience with other rabbits, so she may need a calm laid back male to show her they arent so bad! Shes a very pretty rabbit who likes to explore and chill out, shes 3 years old and is spayed and fully vaccinated.
Dolly – In foster care – On Trial
Dolly is absolutely stunning! She is an overweight himalayan girl! (We are working on the weighloss ha!) She is a year old and has had both her jabs, she will soon be spayed and will be ready for a husbun mid may!
Jessica Rabbit – Main Rescue Centre – On Trial
Hi I’m Jessica Rabbit!
I am about 2-3 years old and im a lionhead kinda bun. I loves me some strawberries and some cuddles!
I’m at the rescue for the moment, but once they have sorted me out with the vet people, I am looking for a kind gentlebun to live with.
Let me know if you can handle my cute and curious attitude.
Thanks, from Jessica Rabbit!
Guinea pig homes will need to provide plenty of space (min 5ft x 2ft for 2 guineas) in either an indoor cage or outdoor hutch. It is preferable if they can be brought indoors in the winter months or the hutch moved to a more sheltered location (such as inside a shed). The home will also need to provide them with some space for them to run around and a run so that they can go out on the grass in the warmer months.
Please read through our guinea pig care instructions and ensure you are happy with the care you will be expected to provide before applying to adopt any guinea pig/s.
Due to the nature of our guinea pig re-homing we are rarely able to add pictures and descriptions of the ones we have available. We often have lists of interest on lone females, males and pairs.
If you are interested in adopting guinea pigs please email Kelly at: firstname.lastname@example.org (GUINEA PIG ENQUIRES ONLY).
Kelly will be able to let you know who’s available and send details of them to you. We regularly upload pictures of available piggies to Facebook so head over to our page and check it out. We always have guinea pigs available for adoption however we have a very fast re-homing rate.