Bunny (c) FreeFoto.com Bobtails Rabbit & Guinea Pig Rescue
  Home
  About us
  Opening times
  Meet the team
  Rabbits
  Guinea pigs
  Sponsor
  Care articles
  Homing policy
  News
  Fun day
  Bobtails Bugs
  Bob-Tales
  Thank you's
  Photo gallery
  Memorials
  Guestbook
  Links
  Contact


 

 

 

Website by
TamDesign


 
 

On this page are some of the guests staying at Bobtails until they can find a new family of their very own. Adopting a rabbit shouldn't be taken lightly, we can live for over 7 years and need a need lots of room to live. Then of course there's all that food to pay for and vets bills when we're feeling poorly.

If you can't find a bunny that you think might fit into your life on this page, why not visit us, there are always lots of rabbits to cuddle and you might make a new friend.

 

Rabbits for Adoption

Monterey Jack & Pepper Jack - WE NEED A HOME
Monterey Jack & Pepper Jack are both neutered males, born in February 2011, Monteray is the little Lionhead and Pepper is a Harlequin X, tan & black. They are a very happy pair of rabbits and have always lived together, Pepper is rather nervous when held or picked up, but with his 4 feet on the floor he is curious and friendly. They are both vaccinated.

 

Elizabeth - I NEED A HOME -
Elizabeth is a female lionhead, mainly white with a few patches of tan and black. She was born March 15 and has been given to Bobtails as her owners were moving and could not take her with them. Elizabeth has now been neutered and is looking for a home with a neutered male bunny.

 

Luke -I AM IN MY NEW HOME-
Luke is a older gentleman black and white Dutch bunny born June 2005, he is neutered and vaccinated. Luke has been a Bobtail resident, out at foster for many years living happily with his partner, Twinkle who has recently sadly died so he has returned to us to hopefully find him a new friend. Luke has had a upper respiratory condition since 2010! Which although does not bother him medically prevents us from re-homing him. He is a lovely old chap who is active and loves his food!

 

Shergar -I AM RESERVED-
Shergar is another one of the dumped Epsom Downs rabbits, luckily for them they were quickly spotted by some members of the public who managed to catch 3 of them quite easily. He is a tan and black little bun, age estimated between 1 and 2 years, Shergar is probably the most nervous of the group. He has just been neutered, so will be available in a few weeks.

 

Troy -I AM RESERVED-
Troy, the last of the dumped Epsom Downs bunnies, is a handsome blue eyed white chap, age estimated between 2 - 3 years old, he is the most confident of the group and hard to take a picture of as he keeps sticking his nose in the lens! He has just been neutered and will be available in a few weeks. NB As the buns were all found on Epsom Downs they have been named after Derby and Oaks winners.

 

We are next open:

WE ARE OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT US VIA EMAIL AT: bobtailsrescue@aol.com

follow us on facebook follow us on twitter
easy fundraising