Mayfly R17/10

Mayfly is a very fluffy black lionhead doe. She came to us in May 2010 when she was a year old because her owner was having problems and wasn’t looking after her. She was a dreadful matted mess and was thin and frightened. I had to cut the matts off …

Firefly R8/10

  Firefly was a sooty fawn lionhead buck. He came to us after being hunted down by a great hoard of people after he was spotted straying near the train station in 2010. He made quite a few people late for work, and turned up outside the sanctuary on someone’s …

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. …

Bonnie R98/09

Bonnie was a brown and white speckled lop butterfly marked doe with a moustache. She came to us with her litter of five in October 2009 due to her owners mental health issues. She was Butterfly’s mother, but outlived her. She was adult when she arrived, probably about two years …

Myra R59/09

Myra was an English marked lionhead doe with a flaming temper. She came to us in June 2009, but it was not our first encounter with her. We rehomed a buck to live with her in 2008, and she bit the homechecker. Her owners moved and did not want to …

Basil R130/08

Basil or Oliver as he was known before we rehomed him (because he looked just like a little doe called Olive) is a little English marked buck who first came to us on New Year’s Eve 2008 after he was found in a park in Birmingham in freezing weather. He …

Spark R103/08

Spark was an agouti lop buck born in August 2008 who came to us in October 2008 as part of an accidental litter. He was rehomed in May 2009 but returned in August 2013 when his family moved to a house with a fox infested garden. He lived with Old …

Severn R26/08

Severn is a harlequin dwarf lop buck. He came to us at just four days old with his mother, father and the rest of the accidental litter he was part of in March 2008. The whole litter was named after rivers after one of them weeed all over a visitor. …

August R118/07

August first came to us in August 2007 with his littermates from an accidental litter. They were all rehomed (we rehomed until 2010, but not since) but August was returned to us nine years later after his partner died because his adopters didn’t want to get another companion for him …

Nutbrown R50/06

Nutbrown is both our longest term and our oldest resident. He first came to us in June 2006 with his sisters Marigold and Tulip. They were an accidental litter produced after their mother, who was a rex, escaped and did what rabbits are notorious for with an undoubtedly handsome wild …