Cu­ri­ous and cu­ri­ouser – Ting Ting and Huf­fle

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

WE ARE look­ing for new homes for life for a num­ber of pairs of rab­bits who through no fault of their own have ended up with­out a home. Hic­cup and Astrid are a lovely pair who were found in a park by a mem­ber of public just left to die in a box.

De­spite be­ing a slightly odd cou­ple, this pair are well and truly bonded and so we are look­ing for a lov­ing for­ever home for them to­gether.

We have no idea what Hic­cup and Astrid have been used to in the past, but they are cur­rently liv­ing as out­door rab­bits in their foster home, but as you can see from the pic­ture, com­ing in to play has been very ex­cit­ing and easy for them.

We feel these rab­bits would suit ei­ther an in­door or out­door home.

Astrid and Hic­cup are friendly lit­tle bun­nies. They can be a lit­tle wrig­gly when you pick them up, but set­tle down once you have them in your arms. Like most rab­bits they pre­fer to come over and say hi, rather than be­ing grabbed and picked up.

Their easy go­ing na­tures mean these rab­bits would be ideal for in­ex­pe­ri­enced own­ers.

Ting Ting and Huf­fle, mean­while, are sis­ters look­ing for a home to­gether. They are used to at­ten­tion of be­ing stoked and cud­dled from an early age and are very friendly bun­nies.

They would make great fam­ily rab­bits as they are so bold. Although they are small and very cute now, we are ex­pect­ing them to grow into those big ears (and be­yond)! So they are go­ing to need a large hutch and run to grow into.

At the mo­ment their favourite thing to do is eat. They are very cu­ri­ous and love to ex­plore any­thing that they’ve not yet dis­cov­ered, whether that’s a dif­fer­ent part of the gar­den (or house) or a new toy such as tun­nel/ pot etc.

Florence and Dy­lan were found aban­doned in a stair well of a block of flats. Not in the great­est con­di­tion when they were dis­cov­ered they have gone from strength to strength, and are now look­ing and feel­ing great.

Florence and Dy­lan are rea­son­ably large rab­bits, Florence is the largest of the pair at about 5kg, so they are go­ing to lots of space to ac­com­mo­date them. They love be­ing able to stretch their legs, and hav­ing a bunny proof gar­den to ex­plore re is ideal more.more To view all the pets that we have for rab­bits this size. look­ing for homes please visit our

It’s ex­tra spe­cial to see rab­bits from web­site at www.rspca-mid­dle­sex.org. such poor begin­nings binky around uk the gar­den happy and con­tent. Kit­ten re­hom­ing day is on Satur­day

If you can of­fer a new home to any Septem­ber 5 – pop along and see us at of these rab­bit please call us on (020) 16 Cres­cent Pa­rade, Hilling­don, UB10 8966 9688 or email us at: info@ 0LG. For de­tails call re­hom­ing 01895 rsp­camid­dle­sex.org.uk to find out 833417

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