Crackers came into RSPCA Walsall care in February 2010. Crackers is an 10 month old (April 2010) Himalayan rabbit. He came into care as his owner was unwell and no longer able to care for him. He has been neutered and vaccinated and is ready for a female companion now. He came in with a tiny hutch but is loving his new large hutch and his new found freedom in the garden.
Crackers is a lovely friendly little lad. We are looking to rehome him with a female companion, and being as he’s such a handsome boy, I’m sure it won’t be long before a girl falls for him. If you feel you can offer Crackers his forever home, please contact us on 0845 272 3570 or email us at email@example.com
Herbie came into RSPCA Walsall care as a neglected little bunny. He is extremely underweight and he was very nervous on arrival. He had been kept outside in a coal house with no natural daylight so wasn’t used to human contact. He is a black and white Dutch cross Lionhead and is 8 months old.
Herbie had to have a dental due to the poor diet and lack of hay while he was growing. We are hopeful that with a good diet now he will not need a dental again, but only time will tell. Herbie’s confidence is coming on leaps and bounds. He is really coming out of his shell and showing us what a lovely little boy he is. He is a very friendly boy and likes a fuss. Herbie will be neutered shortly and is already vaccinated. We are looking to rehome Herbie with a neutered female bunny for company.
If you feel you can offer Herbie his forever home, please contact RSPCA Walsall on 0845 272 3570 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our branch is run by volunteers so please be patient.
Petals came into RSPCA Walsall care in November 2009. Petals is an 18 month old female bunny. She is mainly white with a flash of grey marbling. Petals came into care as she was being neglected in he prevous home. When Petals first came into care she was very territorial because she had not been neutered and had been kept alone. Since coming into care and being neutered her personality is developing and she is not as territorial over her hutch. Like any rabbit that hasn’t been neutered, the hutch becomes a battle ground, but take them away from that and they are putty in your hands. It will just take a little bit of adjustment time to get her more used to being fussed and handled in a positive way.
You can see in this photo below that when Petals came in she had an untreated eye condition, this has thankfully now cleared up. When Petals went in to the vets to be neutered, they had a look at her teeth. They could see that in her life up to now she had been fed a very poor diet which had led to her having poor dental condition. She had a couple of spurs removed from the molars. We feel that with a good diet we can maintain the teeth a lot better but she will still need to have those teeth checked every 3 months.
We are looking to rehome Petals with a neutered male for company. If you feel you can offer Petals her forever home, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 0845 272 3570.
Esme is a stunningly beautiful and elegant 18 month old standard rex, her fur is extremely soft and thick it is like stroking velvet. So far Esme has an unsettled life moving from home to home before she arrived in rescue with her sister; however they were separated immediately due to them fighting.
Esme has calmed down alot since she came into care. Shes getting more friendlier by the day. Esme loves to play with toys and they keep her entertained for hours, you can often hear her throwing her jingle ball around the hutch, or see her chewing on her willow toys.
Rex rabbits are prone to sore hocks so need to have a very soft padded floor within their accommodation this can easily be achieved with a thick layer of soft hay. Esme is looking for a neutered male to share a forever home with. If you feel you can offer Esme her forever home, please call us on 0845 272 3570 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rocky is a breathtakingly stunning bunny. He came into care as an unwanted bunny at 1 year old. He is a divine chocolate colour and has a lovely personality to match. Rocky is a friendly lad with lots of personality. He can be independant and like to investigate things but also likes a fuss and a head rub. Rocky is vaccinated and will be neutered shortly. We are looking to rehome Rocky with a female rabbit for companionship. If you feel you can offer Rocky his forever home, please call us on 0845 272 3570 or email us at email@example.com
Echo came into care as part of a cruelty/neglect case. She was taken into care by another area in May 2009 after being taken from a house where she was kept in dirty cramped conditions. She was transferred over to us for rehoming in December 2009. We estimate her to be 2-3 years old, she has been spayed, neutered and microchipped.
Echo hasn’t been shown much love or attention in her past so she is understandably nervous of new people. She needs to get to know and trust someone before she will start to become her true self. We need someone patient and understanding to give Echo the room to grow and blossom. She is a real sweetie and loves a head rub.
When she was spayed the vets found that Echo had a couple of small spurs on her back teeth. Hopefully with the correct diet this may correct itself, although Echo will need regular teeth checks when she has her vaccinations.
We are looking to rehome Echo with a neutered male for company. If you feel you can offer Echo her forever home, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 272 3570.
Daisy & Dandelion came into RSPCA Walsall care in November 2009. Daisy & Dandelion are a neutered male/female pair of bunnies who are happliy bonded together. They would appear to be siblings and are 2 years old. Dandelion is going through a moult so looks a bit tatty in his pictures, but when his moult is complete his coat will look as soft and velvety as his sisters. If you feel you can offer them a home, please call us on 0845 272 3570 or email us at email@example.com
Wally came into RSPCA Walsall care in November 2009. Wally is a 10 month old crossbreed rabbit, we think that he could be a Netherland Dwarf crossed with a lionhead. He has been neutered/vaccinated and is fine to now live with a female bunny for company.
Wally is a stunning bunny. He is very bold and quite conversational. Possibly the noisiest rabbit I have ever heard! He is always buzzing and growling, but is not afraid of anything any more. He even let me have a lovely cuddle tonight, quite a change from the first day he arrived in care.
Inside his hutch Wally can be a little teritorial but just entice him out into a carrier and then he is putty in your hands. With more time I am sure he is going to be a fantastic boy to handle. Combine that with his stunning good looks I think that whoever is lucky to adopt him will be privilaged.
If you feel you can offer Wally his forever home, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 272 3570.
Millie and Robbie came into care as part of a large rescue the RSPCA did where breeding had got out of control. These two make a really lovely pair, and we are pretty certain that they are brother and sister. We would estimate them to be around 8-9 months old now. Robbie is an absolute little darling, he doesnt mind being handled. Millie is a little timid, she is a little nervous of being handled but is fine when out in the run/garden. If you feel you can offer Robbie and Millie their forever home, please call us on 0845 272 3570 or enail us at email@example.com
Harry and Sally came into RSPCA care in September 2009. They came to us from a member of the public who found them. They had both been abandoned on the side of a road in Aldridge. We don’t obviously have much information on them, but we would estimate their age to be approximately 9 – 12 months old.
Both of these bunnies are very friendly. They get on really well together so we will keeping them together as a pair. I would class them both as large bunnies (not to be confused with giant breeds). They are a perfect match for each other and we can only assume they were dumped due to someone’s circumstance rather than anything related to the actual rabbits, as they are a delight to care for. Sally had very bad teeth when she first came in and we feel this had been left untreated as she was very thin. She has had a dental and now she is on a good diet, her recent teeth check showed a very small regrowth. We feel this can be managed through 6 monthly checks, and should not really be an issue to anyone adopting them as long as they are kept on a diet of 85% hay with pellets and vegetables.
If you feel you can offer harry and sally their forever home, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 272 3570.