Curious and curiouser – Ting Ting and Huffle
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
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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