Tinkerbell and Terence

Name: Tinkerbell and Terence 

Age: Adult (unknown)

Sex: Female & Male 

Breed: Lionhead 

Ref number: 55 & 56 


Tinkerbell and Terence love nothing more than lazing out in their inside space alongside one another. You will often not see one without the other. Tinkerbell being the more confident one, will come over to see you, giving sniffs to see if you have any treats! Terence is the more shyer of the two, so he sometimes may keep more of a distance when it comes to socialising, but by allowing him to come to you at his level he will approach giving sniffs.


Tinkerbell and Terence spend a lot of their time beside one another always following each other around. They are ever so gentle when giving them treats and like most rabbits, Tinkerbell and Terence aren’t keen on being handled. They are litter trained and both are working towards being carrier trained. This is advised to be continued in the new home, and can be demonstrated by the team, but is not compulsory. We advise that you come in for an initial meeting, so staff can discuss the requirements for Tinkerbell and Terence.  

They can be housed either indoors, in a large rabbit proof room, or outdoors, in a large shed with an aviary/run attached. Sizes can be discussed with staff, but a minimum of 6ft x 4ft for each.
Children will need to be 6+ years. This is due to them needing their new family to understand when they need some space and to take a slow approach on their level. We advise that children are supervised during interactions. They can live around dogs/cats, but to be kept separately.
Vet history:
Tinkerbell and Terence have been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, and have had their teeth checked. They currently have no medical issues. 
Adoption fee:
The adoption fee is £45. If you would like to make an additional donation over and above the adoption fee, this would be hugely appreciated.

Additional information:

We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the rabbits.

Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.

Due to the high number of applications we receive daily, regrettably we will only be able to contact the successful applicant.

Please note you have to be 18+ to apply for an animal

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