R6/19 Hamish

Hamish is a big steel lionlop buck born in 2013. He came to us in May 2019 because he has infected tear ducts that require constant treatment. When he arrived his face was scalded and sore but it soon cleared up with proper management. His coat is also exceedingly thick …

Saxifrage R33/17

Saxifrage or Whoopsie, is a very lively cheeky big harlequin lionlop doe. She came to us in Oct 2017 aged about two because her owner wasn’t coping. She first lived with Saffron  in one of our enclosures and became adept at escaping and exploring whether by climbing fences or dodging …

Tarragon R20/17

Tarragon is a little blue eyed white lionlop buck who looks just like his Dad, Thyme. He was born in 2017 and arrived accompanied by his family, part of an accidental litter from a pair sold to someone as being the same sex. He had a weepy eye when he …

(Father) Thyme R16/17

(Father)Thyme is a gorgeous little blue eyed white lionlop buck who came to us because his owner was moving. He is exceedingly fluffy and will require extra care to prevent his getting matted. He was originally bought from a breeder who mis-sexed him and sold him with a female as …

Major R9/17

Major is a big fluffy blue eyed white lop buck who looks as if he is wearing ear muffs. He was born in 2012 and is related to Fidget a previous resident of ours who had many many health problems and a sadly short life and to Chervil our fluffiest …

Schmetterling R5/16

Schmetterling was a large black and white lionlop doe born in about 2012 with a very fluffy coat. She came here in August 2016 after her hutch disintegrated around her. She lives with Ted and Tiger. She went from being suspicious of any veg that wasn’t long and orange to …

Lavender R18/15

Lavender is a large half lopped white doe with grey points. She was a stray and came to us in appalling condition with her ears caked in pus from infections inside them, her body just skin stretched over a skeleton, one of the thinnest rabbits we have ever taken in. …

Rose R104/09

Rose is a blue grey lionlop doe who was about two when she came to us in October 2009. She was  part of a group of 14 who were given to us because of her owners mental health trouble. The group included Old Bonnie, who of course wasn’t Old then. …