Monthly Archives: June 2015


Oreo has been successfully re-homed. Oreo is a stunning 6 year old black and white english spotted cross. She is a very friendly girl who adores having her back rubbed. Oreo is very cuddly, but prefers to have her cuddles from the ground as  she doesn't particularly like being picked up. She always comes over to say hello and is very nosey! Sadly Oreo lost her beloved husbun Joey recently and is feeling a bit…

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Housing your rabbit…

In the words of the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund, 'A hutch is not enough...' Rabbits need a lot of space to move and run about in. They do not like to feel confined and squashed into a small space, as they are prey animals and need to feel like they have somewhere to run to. The minimum accommodation any rabbit should have is a 6ft(L) x 5ft(H) x 2ft(D) double storey hutch, with at least a 4ft x 8ft run.  Anything smaller than this is inadequate,…

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Beans & Fiver

Beans and Fiver have been successfully rehomed. Beans and Fiver were born at Assisi on the 20th March 2013. Remember the snow?! Their mum, Cairenn arived here on the 17th March (St Patrick's Day) and decided that once the snow hit that was a good time to have her babies! She had 7 and all of them survived. Fiver, the boy, is the most outgoing and friendly, he is usually the first to come over and investigate…

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Jamie and Belle

Jamie and Belle have been rehomed. Jamie is a handsome chap and only young at 3 years old. He is very friendly and loves to be stroked and will let you cuddle him when the notion takes him! Belle is an older lady who was found on a golf course. She is a very friendly girl and just loves attention. Belle knows her name and will usually come when called. She was very thin when she was found but she is a picture…

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Don’t see the rabbit you are looking for..?

Get in touch! We have nearly 30 rabbits on site currently and it can be difficult to keep up to date. So why not give us a call or send an email and see what we have. We always have a large range of rabbits, they vary in colour, breed, age and personality! Often we have rabbits in foster homes as well, so if we don't have anybody suitable on site, we may have somebody suitable living in a foster home! You can call us on 028 9181 2622 or email

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Have you ever considered a rabbit..?

Have you ever considered having a couple of rabbits as pets..? Many people have rabbits as a small child and often the only memory that sticks with them is being bitten! Have a think for a moment and remember the rest... Watching the rabbits run up and down the garden sprinting and leaping all over the place... Watching two rabbits cuddle up together in the hay, taking turns to wash the other one's face... Having…

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Woody & Aspen

Woody and Aspen have been re-homed. These two handsome boys are almost 4 years old. Woody is the cheeky one of the pair, he enjoys being able to do as he pleases and would have a minor bunny tantrum if you try to stop him from being naughty! Woody isn't overly keen on cuddles but you can grab a sneaky one occasionally! Aspen is the cuddlier one of the two, but he will give you the run around when you try to pick…

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Buddy has been successfully rehomed. This gorgeous boy is Buddy. Buddy is approx 3 yrs old and he is a collie x retriever. Buddy has just arrived at the Sanctuary so he is still under assessment. Buddy does seem like a nervous little guy but will hopefully come out of his shell in the next few days.

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Buzz is now rehomed. This little guy is Buzz. Buzz is approx 12 wks and he is a terrier x. Buzz is a very friendly, playful little guy who is quite intelligent and has already learnt how to give 'paw'. Buzz will still need all aspects of puppy training.

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Melman, Morris and Mulan

These kittens are now rehomed. These cute little kitties are Melman, Morris and Mulan. They are approx 9 wks old and they are seeking homes to call their own. They are very friendly, playful little rascals with bundles of energy.

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