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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 272 3570.
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 email@example.com or call us on 0845 272 3570.
Ronnie and Snowy have been in foster care here at Walsall RSPCA for 2 years now. They came in seperately and were bonded in our care due to them both being lonely. Ronnie is a 4/5 year old neutered female dutch bunny and Snowy is a 3/4 year old male REW.
Ronnie was brought to us with her sister, but as they were fighting we had to split them. Snowy was a stray, his owners were located but didnt want him back.
Both bunnies are tame, especially Snowy. Ronnie prefers to do her own thing, but will have a fuss at her own level. If you feel you can offer Ronnie and Snowy their forever home, please call us on 0845 272 3570 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Batman and Robin are lovely chaps are huge for 6-7 week old ‘babies’. They obviously still have a lot of growing to do as look at the size of those ears!! One of the boys is a sociable little thing, coming up to say hello and play peekaboo whereas his brother was a little shy, preferring to hide at the back watching. Two really lovely boys who will need regularly handling to get them used to being picked up and held.
Angelica is a pure white rabbit with pink eyes and very very fluffy! She is approximately 6-7 weeks old now and is about half the size of her brothers and a real little cutie. She will need regular handling to get her used to being picked up and held.
Snowla came into the shelter in July 2007 as a stray. She is an independent girl who tolerates handling. She cannot be rehomed with other rabbits.
Parsley and Chive are a pair of 3 month old male rabbits, one is black and white, one is white. They are very friendly and in need of a loving new home.
For further details, please contact Margaret Green Foundation Trust’s Lincoln Farm branch in Dorset on 01929 471340.
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.