Rabbits For Rehoming
If you are interested in a particular animal please check that the animal can be viewed and is still available before you travel.
PACT always has at least 80 rabbits looking for new homes. All too often we hear of rabbits bought from pet shops turning out to be opposite sex to what they wanted, or worse, pregnant. We urge anyone who's interested in becoming a bunny parent to do a little research first as they are a big commitment.
All our rabbits are vaccinated against Myxomatosis, RVHD and RVHD2, treated for E.Cuniculi, neutered and microchipped.
When coming to PACT to pick your future rabbit family member, we ask that you meet our minimum enclosure guidelines
We can offer a bonding service free of charge to those who wish to adopt a rabbit from us (see below)
While these rescue rabbits await new homes, PACT provides them with the care and attention they need on a day to day basis. We rely heavily on the support and generosity of the general public to make it happen.
If you would like to give a regular donation to the sanctuary please click here.
PACT Rabbit Bonding Service
We know how stressful and time consuming bonding rabbits can be. It can be a very straight forward and pleasant process, but sometimes it is the complete opposite. Rabbits may look cute and fluffy, but dependant on breed and their history, they can be little diva's and can very easily do harm to each other and us during the bonding process.
This is why we offer a free bonding service if you are adopting a rabbit from us to live with your existing rabbit. There is often a waiting list and the bonding can take anywhere between 2-4 weeks, so please bare this in mind. Rabbit specialist staff are on site every day to make sure your rabbit is well cared for whilst on their little holiday with us. If you would like anymore information on our bonding service please do not hesitate to contact us.