Scottish SPCA in search of homes for rabbits in Lanarkshire and Angus, Fife and Tayside

The Scottish SPCA is in search of homes for rabbits in the care of their Lanarkshire and Angus, Fife and Tayside animal rescue and rehoming centres.

Dime and Fredo

We are asking people to hop on board and consider making room in their heart and home for some bunny company. 

Peter Fleming, manager of the centre in Lanarkshire said, “We are looking for homes for Bunilla Ice, Oscar and bonded pair, Eva and Mae.

“They have been continuously overlooked so we are desperate to find their forever home. Collectively, they have been with us for 129 days.

“Bunilla Ice is a shy boy but will happily snuggle when he is in your arms.

“Oscar can be nervous so a new owner will need to be patient and help build his trust and confidence.

“Eva and Mae are curious but can become scared if you make sudden movements.

Manager of the centre in Angus, Fife and Tayside, Elliot Hay, said, “We are currently caring for twelve rabbits. Two of those are pairs so we are looking for ten individual homes.

“Seven are littermates and are under two months old. They are all very sweet so we couldn’t resist naming them after confectionary!

“Bounty and Caramac and Dime and Fredo are bonded pairs so will require neutering when they are old enough.

“They would benefit from owners who have lots of time to spend with them.

Bunilla Ice

“The other bunnies we have include Dolly, Malibu and Rambo who will need owners to continue building their confidence so they can become loving pets.

“All the rabbits will require a large enclosure with lots of mental stimulation.

“We are hoping they are able to find their ‘hoppy’ ever after.”

Anyone who is interested in rehoming any of the rabbits in our care should contact our centres on 03000 999 999.