Hello, my name is Buttons & Pumpkin

Buttons & Pumpkin

A little bit about me..

pumpkin and Buttons are a pair of female rabbits looking for a loving home having been transferred into our care from a branch on the south coast. 

These girl are looking for a home as an indoor rabbits. They cope really well in an indoor environment. They are friendly girls who are nosy and inquisitive, and like attention. They will often come hopping over for a bit of a fuss and a tasty treat. 

Since being in their foster home they have come on in leaps and bounds, and where their diet was very limited before, they now enjoy a whole range of grasses, veg and hays. They have an especial liking for all the lovely Timothy Hays and the ones with marigold or chamomile in. 

They did have spurs on their back teeth when they arrived, but they were small and didn't require any treatment just monitoring. We hope that now they eat hay with such gusto the need for any dental treatment will be massively reduced or even removed altogether. 

Pumpkin and Buttons would best suit a home as indoor rabbits, they would welcome a hop around the garden when the weathers good. They can be easily spooked and would not be suitable pets for those with young kids or dogs. 

These gorgeous girls have been through quite a lot of change in a very short time, which is why it would be great to see them in a loving permanent home soon so they can enjoy the rest of their lives. 

Key features

  • 2-4 Years
  • Silverfox; Grey
  • Female
  • Indoors.

Requirements to adopt me

Rabbit Annual Costs

Can you afford a Rabbit?

  • Can you afford £5 per week for a pair of rabbits including pellets, hay, fresh fruit and vegetables?
  • Can you afford £5 per month pet insurance for each rabbit? By taking out rabbit insurance your rabbit is covered for many types of illness and injury and should a trip to the vets become necessary, treatment can begin without the added stress of worrying about how you will pay for it.
  • Can you afford a vaccination each year at approximately £35 per rabbit?
  • When required, can you afford the unexpected vet treatment a rabbit may need throughout their life which is not covered by pet insurance, such a dental treatment?
  • Can you afford to board your rabbit when you go on holiday or do you have a responsible friend or family member who can do this?

Rabbit adoption charges

Rabbit £40

These charges will include:

  • A health check
  • Microchipping
  • Vaccination against Myxomatosis, VHD1 & VHD2
  • Neutering (for rabbits too young to be neutered at the time of adoption a voucher will be provided to cover the cost of this procedure)

If you would like to go ahead and adopt a rabbit then view those currently available and simply click the contact us button.

Phone: (020) 8966 9688 or Email: info@rspcamiddlesex.org.uk

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