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Medway West Branch

Charity Number: 209192

National Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999

(lines open 7am - 10pm, seven days a week)

Rabbits

All viewings are by appointment only.

Please contact the centre during opening times

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10am – 12noon

Tuesday & Thursday 9am – 2pm

01634 681187

We ask for a minimum donation of £45 per rabbit,

if you could give more it would be appreciated.

Things to consider before adopting a Rabbit

(please scroll to bottom of page)

Floppy & Blue

Name:- Floppy & Blue

Sex:- Male x 2

Neutered:- No x 2 (A neutering voucher is available if rehomed before being neutered)

Age:- 2020 x 2

Breed:- Mixed Lop x 2

Colour:- Torti/White & Black/White

History:- Change in Owner’s Circumstances x 2

Temperament:- Friendly x 2

Suitable Home:- Must stay together

Vaccinated:- Myxo – RHD Plus x 2

Date Admitted:- 8/9/21 x 2

Pumpkin & Parsnip (Reserved)

Name:- Pumpkin and Parsnip

Sex:- Female x 2

Neutered:- No x 2 (A neutering voucher is available if rehomed before being neutered)

Age:- 9/3/21 x 2

Breed:- Mixed Lop x 2

Colour:- Harlequin & Black/White

History:- Change in Owner’s Circumstances x 2

Temperament:- Friendly x 2

Suitable Home:- Must stay together

Vaccinated:- Myxo-RHD Plus x 2

Date Admitted:- 9/9/21 x 2

Winta (Temp reserve)

Name:- Winta

Sex:- Male

Neutered:- No (A neutering voucher is available if rehomed before being neutered)

Compatible for a friend: Can be tried with a female 6 -8 weeks after being neutered

Age:- 12/10/20

Breed:- Mixed Lop

Colour:- Brown Agouti/White Foot

History:- Change in Owner’s Circumstances

Temperament:- Friendly

Suitable Home:- Looking for a new home

Vaccinated:- Myxo- RHD Plus

Date Admitted:- 9/9/21 

Ethel (Temp reserve)

Name:- Ethel

Sex:- Female

Neutered:- No (A neutering voucher is available if rehomed before being neutered)

Compatible for a friend: Could be tried with a neutered male

Age:- N/K

Breed:- Lionhead x Lop

Colour:- Torti/White

History:- Abandoned

Temperament:- Friendly

Suitable Home:- Looking for a new home

Vaccinated:- Myxo – RHD Plus

Date Admitted:- 22/9/21

Things to consider before adopting a Rabbit.

Rabbits can be playful, friendly and loving animals if treated right. Many rabbits come into rescue centres due to not being handled or treated properly, so some can be temperamental. Rabbits can be housed both indoors and outdoors. When housed outdoors, rabbits will need a large hutch and an exercise area. Rabbits need plenty of exercise and toys to play with to keep them from getting bored. The cage must be cleaned regularly to prevent diseases. Like cats and dogs rabbits also need vaccinations. An average age of a rabbit is 6-10 years.

What rabbits need. Can you provide the following?


• Companionship - To ideally be with other rabbits or humans. The widespread practice of keeping rabbits and guinea pigs together is not recommended.

• A balanced diet and a good quantity of hay.

• A constant supply of fresh, clean drinking water in a drip feed bottle with metal spout. (Some rabbits will only drink from a bowl though.)

• A large weatherproof home off the ground, out of direct sunlight and strong winds.

• A clean layer of wood shavings and plenty of hay or straw for bedding.

• Daily exercise.

• Rabbits burrow, so ensure the enclosure is sunk into the ground, escape-proof and safe from predators.

• Their home to be cleaned every day and bedding changed weekly.

• A gnawing block to wear down long teeth.

• To be brushed every day if they have a long coat.

• Injections to prevent serious diseases.

• To be taken to a vet if they are ill or injured.

• To be looked after when you are on holiday.

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