RSPCA Guildford and District Branch

Tel: 07825 021811
Email: anna.hull@rspca-guildfordanddistrict.org.uk
Website: http://www.rspca.org.uk/inyourarea/detail/-/iya/RSPCA%20Guildford%20&%20District%20Branch/

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About Us

All rabbits are fostered and re-homed through The Warren Bunny Boarding, West Sussex

Rehoming Policy

All homes must meet or exceed the RSPCA minimum size criteria and be able to offer a suitable, safe environment.

Please contact us BEFORE you buy housing so we can make sure it is of suitable size for the rabbits.

Rabbits can live for up to 10 years and are as much a commitment as a cat or dog. They are not cheap pets and new owners must be aware of this.

All the bunnies for the Guildford and District Branch are fostered at The Warren Bunny Boarding in Ifold, West Sussex.

Visiting is by appointment only.

As this is a private home visiting is only possible once you have passed a home-check and you are interested in one of the bunnies available. A time will be arranged with the fosterer.

OUTDOOR BUNNIES

The minimum size required for a small pair of rabbits is 60 sq feet. This is equivalent to a 6' x 2' hutch with permanent access to an 8' x 6' run.

A double 3' hutch DOES NOT count as a 6' of space! Larger rabbits will require more space.

We do not re-home where bunnies are allowed unsupervised free-range access to the garden.

HOUSE BUNNIES

60 sq feet is also the required space for house bunnies, which must not be kept in store bought indoor cages, but given their own penned off area within the house, equalling or exceeding this size.

WE DO NOT RE-HOME AS PETS FOR CHILDREN

WE DO NOT RE-HOME BUNNIES TO LIVE ON THEIR OWN except if it is in the their best interest and all other options have been explored.

All bunnies are: 

-Neutered

-Vaccinated against Myxomatosis/RHD and the new RHD2 vaccine.  

-Microchipped 

There is an adoption fee of £50 per rabbit.  This goes back to help cover the procedures above

BONDING BUNNIES:

We do not allow owners to carry out bonding themselves, except in unusual circumstances when we feel it is best for the rabbits involved. This is to make sure that the bunnies will be happy with their new partner and will settle easily into a new home

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