Brian – 3 year old male Gray Standard Rex Rabbit

This is Brian. He is a 3 year old Rex and is a very special case, he has been in care for 2 years and a half years, originally coming in as part of a trio. His two hutch mates have since passed away. Brian was to be a long term foster as his owners were posted to another country, through the forces. They have since decided that they will not be taking Brian back on their return and have asked that we re-home him.

Brian has a long term health condition in the form of snuffles and has to go to a home with a bunny who already has this condition. Although this causes him no day to day problems and he is very healthy, he would be contagious to a rabbit who does not have the condition. On a daily basis Brian has a snuffly nose and occasionally this can flare up causing him to require a short course of antibiotics. However this is rare.

Brian is a loving and very inquisitive rabbit. When out in the garden he will race round and leap in the air with excitement! He also really likes his food and is a little chubby. We are desperate to find Brian a loving home that will allow him to live out the rest of his days being loved and cared for. Please get in contact if you would like to know more, Brian is currently being fostered with Charlotte.

Flops – 1 year old female English Lop Rabbit

Flops is a lovely affectionate English Lop about a year old, she is still with her young litter but will soon be ready for neutering and re-homing. Can you offer this lovely lady a home with a lovely husbunny for company? Or would you consider keeping her with one of her sons?

Flops has one daughter and three sons all will be available for re-homing upon neutering at about 14-15 weeks. Flops daughter will leave with a neutering slip as she has to be 5-6 months old before she can be neutered. All these bunnies are friendly and love attention and would make a great addition to any family.

Flop's Babies

Our rabbit foster mum, Dawn, can be contacted on 01522 532692 to answer any queries at all that you might have. You can also email Dawn directly on bunnyfostermum@yahoo.co.uk

To adopt a rabbit telephone 01522 544862 MON – FRI 0930 – 1245 to arrange a home visit or to meet the pair/rabbit you are interested in.

Petals – 18 month old female White and Grey Rabbit

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 enquiries@rspca-walsall.org.uk or call us on 0845 272 3570.

Esme – 18 month old female Grey Rex Rabbit

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 enquiries@rspca-walsall.org.uk.

Rocky – 1 year old male Brown Rabbit

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 enquiries@rspca-walsall.org.uk

Echo – 2-3 year old female Grey Rabbit

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 enquiries@rspca-walsall.org.uk or call us on 0845 272 3570.