Updated November 2018
We do not rehome rabbits 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 bunnies.
An adoption fee will be requested when adopting one of our deserving animals; this is needed to cover the cost of their neutering and vaccinating 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 may 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.
If you are interested in adopting a rabbit/s please email Megan at:
Rabbit Pairs Available:
Poppy and Daisy – In Foster Care – Available
Poppy and Daisy
These girls are only 5 months old. Both are fully vaccinated, and soon to be neutered.
Poppy (on the right with her paw on the food bowl) has a problem with her front legs splaying outwards. We have been advised by the vet the reason for this could be because of their poor previous living conditions, inbreeding or growth defects. Poppys legs will need to be monitored as she is growing, making sure she is comfortable and happy.
Due to her legs, we need someone who will make sure they both have the correct kind of living space, with flooring that isn’t a slippery surface.
Poppy and Daisy had a bad start in life, but after their neutering these girls will be available and we want to find them the best furever home!
Do you have space for these gorgeous girls?
Email us for more information
Wonder and Dotty – In foster care- Available
Meet Wonder and Dotty, the mother-daughter duo!
Both girls are quite timid as they have had a difficult start in life, so we are looking for someone to be patient with them. Dotty is the more nervous bunny, but Wonder loves to explore.
These girls haven’t been neutered yet, but we are sure this will help with their temperament when we get it done.
Dotty and Wonder need some well-deserved love and attention, does anyone have the space and time for these lovely girls? <3
Angie and Kash- Reserved
Look at these cuties!!
Angie and Kash are such a friendly and loving pair.
These two are around 7 months old, neutered and fully vaccinated.
Angie and Kash enjoy exploring, grooming each other and showing off to humans!
This pair are waiting and ready for their furever home.
Thelma and Thumper- Main Rescue Centre- Available
These two lovely Rex bunnies are available <3
Both Thumper and Thelma are 5-6 years old, neutered and fully vaccinated.
Thelma has a bit of stiffness, but this doesn’t need to be treated. Thumper has mild arthritis in his lower spine and therefore will have to stay on daily medication for this for the rest of his life. With the bunnies age in mind, we do need owners that feel happy medicating and looking after an older pair.
These bunnies are a lovely pair that are looking for space to explore and room to chill, do you have the fur-ever home they’ve been searching for?
Noah and Binky- Main Rescue Centre- Available
Meet the new duo Binky and Noah 🐾
These two are husbun and wifebun aged 4-5 years old. They are both neutered and soon to be fully vaccinated.
Noah, the cheeky boy, can be a little hutch aggressive so we are looking for a home with a big amount of space.
Both bunnies like to explore and enjoy showing off their funny characters!
These love birds are waiting for their fur-ever loving home. 💜
Ziggy and Zaggy – In Foster Care- Available
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.
These lovely bunnies will now be staying with us in long term foster care due to bunny mummy’s’ on going health issues with regards to her teeth and eyes.
The total spent so far is around £1,500, and this will likely increase.
If you would like to donate to help us care for bunny mummy please see our ‘how to help’ page, thank you <3
Single Male Rabbits Available:
(Available as match-ups to lonely/bereaved females).
Flash – In Foster Care – Available
Meet the gorgeous Flash!
Flash is approximately 1.5 – 2 years old, neutered and fully vaccinated.
This lovely chap has such a sweet temperament and a brilliant personality.
We have tried to bond flash already with the other bunnies but they didn’t take to him.
More then anything Flash is longing for a wifebun to keep him company, and a home that he can call his!
Do you have a lonely female wanting a friend?
Email us for more information <3
Fluffy- Main Rescue centre – On Trial
He is fully vaccinated and neutered. His age is unknown but the vets thinks he is about 1.
Fluffy loves his food, exploring and hopping around. He has a lovely character, is friendly and likes a cuddle.
This gorgeous boy is looking for his well-deserved fur-ever home and a wifebun to join him on his adventures <3
Harry – Main Rescue Centre – Available
Here’s Harry ❤
This little chap is a lionhead X breed. He is 5 1/2 months old, neutered and fully vaccinated!
Harry is the last bunny left from the baby bunnies we posted about in the summer.
He just loves a good cuddle, and really enjoys space to explore. This handsome chap deserves to find his furever home, and live his happy life with a female friend 🐾🐾
Boris – In Foster Care – Available
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?
Fudge – In foster care – Available
The gorgeous fudge (who is a dainty little boy), 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!
Richard – In Foster Care – Available
This lovely bunny is roughly about 3 years old, and is now fully vaccinated and castrated.
He is a bit timid and hutch aggressive, but we are hoping when he finds the right home and 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.
Please consider this lovely bunny, as he has had a hard start in life. <3
Elvin – In Foster Care – Available
Meet Elvin, the cute Nethie bunny!
This little guy was originally bonded with his brother, but when hormones kicked in (before they were old enough to be neutered) they fell out with each other.
Elvin is 7 months old, castrated and fully vaccinated. This little guy likes a cuddles and space to explore, but he is longing for a wifebun to join him on his adventures.
Do you have a neutered female and a loving home for Elvin?
Email us for more info <3
Henry- Main Rescue Centre- Reserved
Handsome Henry ❤
Henry is a medium sized cross breed bunny who is 7 months old, neutered and nearly fully vaccinated.
This gorgeous bunny is looking for a wife bun to live with. Do you have the furever home he has been searching for?
Finn – On Trial
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
James – 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?
Arthur – On Trial
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 Female Rabbits Available:
(Available as match-ups to lonely/bereaved females).
Please note: In our rescue, females find homes quickly and don’t seem to stay with us for long! 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 but not yet noted on the website. <3
Guinea Pig Adoption
Guinea pigs are very social animals so we always rehome in pairs or more. We do also offer a bonding service for guineas that are lonely or bereaved, to match up with one of our rescue piggies.
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. The home will also need to provide them with some space for them to run around outside of their hutch/cage. 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).
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.
If you are interested in adopting guinea pigs please email Kelly at: email@example.com (GUINEA PIG ENQUIRES ONLY).