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.


Velvet is a middle aged female, we think black Otter Rex rabbit who came to us pregnant. She has recently given birth to 7 lovely rabbits who are now ready to find their own homes. Velvet is an adorable rabbit. She is very friendly and loves interacting with people.

She loves being stroked and if you stop she will nudge you to give her more love. If you are looking for a friendly and loving rabbit then Velvet could be just the one for you.


Bojangle is an approximately 1 1/2 year old brown and white Dalmatian lop. She came to the Mayhew with her friend Speck.  On their arrival Bojangle was the more approachable of the pair but since they have settled in she likes to take more of a back seat.


Once you have been introduced and made friends with her she will gladly run up to meet you.  Bojangle enjoys chilling out in her litter tray and munching on hay whilst watching the world go by around her.

She also loves running in and out of her play tunnel. Having had free reign of the garden in her previous home Bojangle is unused to being picked up and will forcefully struggle. Because of this she will best suit a confident carer. Bojangle will need to be re-homed with another rabbit whether this be a Mayhew rabbit or she could be bonded with a non-Mayhew rabbit looking for a partner.