Puddleduck came into our care back in March, with some large, infected wounds from fighting with the other bunnies in her previous home. We quickly treated her wounds and she was back on the mend in no time.
Unbeknown to us at the time, she was pregnant and gave birth to 9 healthy little babies 1 week after arriving with us. Even with her wounds, she was an incredible mum and now all of her children have flown the nest, it’s time to find this girl the perfect forever home.
We have tried very hard to find Puddleduck her Mr Right, but sadly she is showing signs of being very scared and uncomfortable around other rabbits, no matter how gentle they are with her.
So we are now looking for a special kind of home for Puddleduck. We would love to find her an indoor home with no other rabbits, so that she still gets lots of company from her humans friends. She is very clean and enjoys being in the company of the people she trusts, happily accepting lots of head scratches and tasty greens from you. She has a real cheeky personality, which just makes us love her more.
As Rabbits are such active animals, we require a fully secure accommodation of at least 45sqft. House rabbits require the same size accommodation/room, which must be bunny proof with any exposed wires safely covered.
Our animal re-homing centre at Martlesham remains closed to visiting public. If there is a cat you are interested in re-homing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application form. Should your form be successful, you will be invited up by a pre-arranged appointment to meet the cat.