Why you should rehome a rabbit

Animal welfare charities such as Blue Cross take in hundreds of abandoned rabbits each year, helping them find a loving new home.

Rescue centres are a great place to find a new pet bunny. Not only will you be giving an animal the chance of a happy future, but there are other benefits too.

Petplan looks into the process of adopting a new bunny and what the benefits are…

The benefits of rehoming a rabbit

Rescue centres are likely to have a range of rabbits, varying in size, breed and age.

This opens you up to lots of different options, meaning that you may end up falling in love with a rabbit that you might not have considered before visiting.

The great thing about rehoming an older rabbit is that in most cases they will already be used to spending time around people, which is great if you have children.

Aside from the ability to choose from a wide selection of different rabbits, other reasons to adopt from rescues include:

What is the process of rehoming a rabbit?

Before you take your new pet home there are a few things that need to be done:

If you and the bunny are a suitable match and everyone is happy, you’ll then take your new pet home.

Adopting a bunny can be a rewarding experience for the entire family. They are intelligent, playful, social and are usually excellent with children.

Have you ever rehomed or adopted a rabbit? What was your experience? Let us know in the comments section…