Tilly

  • Age: 2
  • Breed: Lionhead Lop
  • Sex: Female (Neutered)
  • Location: Sussex West
  • Bonded: Yes, see below.
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 08/11/2017
  • Last Update: 08/11/2017

More about Tilly:

Tilly is married to big bouffer Humphrey Custard. She is a sweet girl who like to busy around.

This pair are best suited to outdoor living as Humphrey loves to poke around a garden (supervised only).
As house bunnies they would need access to a garden to enjoy.

Humphrey is too big for a hutch - so sheds/playhouses only please.

Please contact us BEFORE you buy housing so we can make sure it is of suitable size for the rabbits.
RSPCA size requirement is 24 hr access to 60 sq feet of space for outside rabbits.
All bunnies are:
Neutered
Vaccinated against Myxomatosis/VHD & RHD2
Microchipped 
There is an adoption fee of £50 per rabbit.  This goes back to help cover the procedures above
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To ensure that rabbits are happy and healthy they need a living area which provides a shelter and a place to exercise. The RSPCA commissioned research undertaken by the University of Bristol investigating the spatial needs of rabbits and any recommendations on appropriate housing that we give are based on the results of this study.
To meet the welfare needs of a compatible pair of medium-sized rabbits living together, the research found they needed a living area of at least three metres by two metres, and one metre high. (9' x 6' x 3')
Permanently attaching an exercise area to a shelter also allows rabbits space and choice over their environment and lets them perform the behaviours they wish to, and at times of their choosing.
The shelter, which can be provided through the use of a more traditional hutch needs to allow rabbits of any size to be able to stretch out fully without touching the sides and stand up on their hind legs without their ears touching the roof.
The Guildford branch always encourages high standards of welfare and continues to rehome rabbits to homes who have taken these housing requirements into account to ensure their pets have the right environment to help them thrive.

Tilly must be rehomed with:

Humphrey Custard

  • Age: 4
  • Breed: French Lop
  • Sex: Male (Neutered)
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 08/11/2017
  • Last Update: 08/11/2017

More Details:

Big flumper Humphrey is a gorgeous boy who lives for food! He likes nothing better than hoovering around, getting in to every corner, up to no good!
He needs a home with his little wife, Tilly.

They are probably best as outdoor bunnies, or indoors if they can have supervised access to a garden to nose around in. Humphrey may be a bit too 'investigative' for a tidy house as he does get into some clumsy scrapes!

Please contact us BEFORE you buy housing so we can make sure it is of suitable size for the rabbits.
RSPCA size requirement is 24 hr access to 60 sq feet of space for outside rabbits.
All bunnies are:
Neutered
Vaccinated against Myxomatosis/VHD & RHD2
Microchipped 
There is an adoption fee of £50 per rabbit.  This goes back to help cover the procedures above
..............................
To ensure that rabbits are happy and healthy they need a living area which provides a shelter and a place to exercise. The RSPCA commissioned research undertaken by the University of Bristol investigating the spatial needs of rabbits and any recommendations on appropriate housing that we give are based on the results of this study.
To meet the welfare needs of a compatible pair of medium-sized rabbits living together, the research found they needed a living area of at least three metres by two metres, and one metre high. (9' x 6' x 3')
Permanently attaching an exercise area to a shelter also allows rabbits space and choice over their environment and lets them perform the behaviours they wish to, and at times of their choosing.
The shelter, which can be provided through the use of a more traditional hutch needs to allow rabbits of any size to be able to stretch out fully without touching the sides and stand up on their hind legs without their ears touching the roof.
The Guildford branch always encourages high standards of welfare and continues to rehome rabbits to homes who have taken these housing requirements into account to ensure their pets have the right environment to help them thrive.


How to Adopt this Rabbit

Humphrey Custard is being rehomed through a rescue. For more information or to enquire about adoption please contact:

RSPCA Guildford and District Branch
Sussex West
RH14 0TL

Tel: 07825021811
Email: anna.hull@rspca-guildfordanddistrict.org.uk
Website: http://www.rspca.org.uk/local/guildford-and-district-branch/petsearch› View all rabbits

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