Rabbits For Rehoming

It is important that we continue to find our rabbits loving homes throughout the pandemic. By following Government guidelines we have put in place procedures which ensure our rabbits can be rehomed whilst keeping you and our staff safe. Please contact the office if you are interested in rehoming. Home checks will be done virtually where possible. Please note we are now starting to do in person homechecks.

All our rabbits are vaccinated against Myxomatosis, RVHD and RVHD2, treated for E.Cuniculi, neutered and microchipped.
We always try and have bonded pairs as well as a few singles of both sexes for people who are looking for a companion for their existing rabbit.

If you are interested in rehoming a rabbit, please email us at with your name, address,contact number,  some information about yourself and photos of your set up.
If you are interested in a specific rabbit please specify who in your email.
Our office team are extreamely busy so please be patient and bare in mind replies may take up to 7 working days.

Our Rabbit rehoming guidelines

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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 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.

We charge £50 for our bonding service.