Giant Rabbits Available for Adoption in the UK
There are a few giant breeds: Continental Giant, British Giant, Flemish Giant and Giant Papillion. All are big bunnies weighing over 5kg! Rabbits this big need big housing – either a shed outdoors or to live as house rabbits. If you like big bunnies you might also like the French Lop and New Zealand.
The following rabbits are available for adoption (not sale) from a range of rescue centres and some private individuals. Click on the indivdual rabbit to find out more about them and how to adopt.
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< 1 year
I've been waiting
4 months for a home!
Didn't find what you were looking for?
There are lots of rabbits waiting in rescue centres that aren't
currently listed on Rabbit Rehome. To find more rabbits, you should contact your local rescues directly.
For more rescues that may have rabbits available, please view our list of rabbit rescues.
The Rabbit Welfare Association also hold a rescue list, accessible via their helpline on 0844 324 6090.
If you visit a rescue please let them know about Rabbit Rehome so they can list rabbits too.
I want to:
Rescues often have babies available but there are many benefits to a slightly older rabbit. Young rabbits
may not yet be neutered and may change personality as they grow and develop. They also grow up quickly so your baby rabbit will only
be a baby a couple of months anyway. Rabbits aged over a year are fully grown, often already neutered
and you can get a better feel for the personalities. Remember rabbits can live 7-10 years so don't write off a slightly adult rabbit.
Male or Female:
If you are looking for a companion for an existing rabbit then look for a rabbit of the opposite
sex as they are most eas to introduce and least likely to fight. Don't forget your rabbits will need to be neutered before being introduced.
Single / Bonded:
Rabbits are very social and like to live with other rabbits. If you already have a
rabbit then look for a single rabbit to introduce, if this is your first rabbit then look for 'bonded' bunnies, this means two or
more rabbits that have already been paired up. Rabbits form close bonds so rescues will not split up existing pairs.
Choosing a Breed: The rabbit's breed will only tell you what a rabbit will look like, not how they will behave - indivdual rabbits have different personalities. Large rabbits will need large accommodation and breeds with long hair which will need extra grooming.