Brandi and Brandy are two Lion Heads who are mum and daughter. They came into the rescue as their owners are moving and cannot take them with them. They are very friendly and are hoping for a nice new home they are both micro-chipped and spayed.
(Brandi pictured above)
(Brandy pictured above)
Butterscotch is a medium sized brown female rabbit who has come to the rescue after she was found wandering in the local area. She is friendly but does kick when picked up she would love a new caring home, she is spayed and microchipped.
Butterfly is a black Otter Rex female who has come to the centre along with 8 other rabbits from Oldham branch of the RSPCA. She is extremely fat and really needs a diet and lots of exercise, she is very reluctant to lose this weight at the centre and needs somewhere with space for her to burn off her calories.
Dahlia is a is a spayed and micro chipped female white rabbit who has come to the rescue from the RSPCA’s animal hospital. She is not used to being handled and is extremely scatty but with time should turn into a loving companion.
Hazel and Fiver are brown and white Dutch rabbits. Mum, Hazel, is always happy to run up to her carers when they offer her fruit and veg but she is very nervous of being picked up and stroked, which is probably the result of a negative experience when she was the victim of an uncaring breeder.
(Hazel pictured above)
Since she has been at The Mayhew she has improved a great deal, but it will take time and patience to bring her on further.
(Fiver pictured above)
Her son, Fiver, is the complete opposite and enjoys meeting new people and likes to be petted and stroked. He also enjoys playing. As a bonded pair, these two will make two different but very rewarding pets.