Image showing a picture of minnie the rabbit and the RSPCA Milton Keynes is desperately looking rehome rabbits like her as well as her

Call for Loving People to Rehome Rabbits

Lots of lovely animals at RSPCA Milton Keynes and North Bucks are desperately looking for loving homes. The RSPCA is calling out for loving people to rehome rabbits.

Are you a kind and loving person who could care for and ensure all our pet’s needs are met? At the moment we have some lovely rabbits in residence and they need you!

Midnight and Luna are lucky to be alive. After someone tragically abandoned them on the roadside, a kind member of the public spotted them and called our National RSPCA Helpline. The RSPCA brought them into our branch and now one of our lovely fosterers cares for them. The delightful girls are probably about a year old. Could you care for them?

Mac and Minnie are a very lucky pair too, the local RSPCA inspector managed to collect these loved up bunnies, also from the roadside. Mac is a big grey bunny with the most amazing ears, Minnie, his wife, is smaller and has a lovely silky coat. Does your home have lots of space? If it does, they’d be perfect for it!

Before rehoming we neuter, vaccinate and microchip all our adult rabbits. We request a donation of £50 for each rabbit which goes towards our costs. Rabbits are social animals and the owner should really keep them in pairs so that they have good company.

To Rehome an RSPCA Pet

The featured rabbits must be rehomed in their pairs. If you would like to meet any of the branch’s rabbits please fill in the branch’s

Online adoption form: RSPCA MK SMALL ANIMALS