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The Small Animal House

We have a variety of small animals looking for new homes. There are usually rabbits and sometimes guinea pigs but occasionally we also have gerbils and hamsters.



DAFFODIL & BLUEBELL

Photo of Daffodill and Bluebell the rabbits
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Cross Breed  Femle  1 Year old
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Daffodil and Bluebell,

Daffodil (Tan and Brown) and Bluebell (Grey) are looking for their forever home together, after sadly they were returned back to HULA.

Bluebell is a very sweet girl, who enjoys a cuddle. Daffodil is a cheeky girl, who likes to get her own way and is a bit of a handful when being handled. However she does enjoy chilling out sitting next to you when having a fuss. Daffodil does need building up with being handled as sadly this was one of the reasons why they were returned, and their new owners do need to be aware that she isn’t a cuddle rabbit.

They enjoy exploring new areas, playing with lots of toys and running around together.

They can live with children, as long as it’s supervised by an adult. They will need their confidence built up to enjoy being handled, but with time and patience they will soon enjoy spending time with you.

If you would like to know more about Daffodil and Bluebell please speak to a member of the HULA team XxxX

Our Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH OLDER CHILDREN
  • CAN LIVE WITH A FEMALE RABBIT – PENDING INTROS
  • LOOKING TO BE AN OUTDOOR RABBIT – WITH A VERY SECURE LARGE HUTCH AND RUN
  • AN EXPERIENCED RABBIT OWNER

Adoption Process
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FLOP

Photo of Flop the rabbit

Photo of Flop the rabbit Photo of Mrs Potts the rabbit

 Breed  Sex  Age
 Cross Breed  Female  5 months
 History and Recommendations

I am reserved pending introductions

Please meet Flop,

Flop was born onsite, the pictures above is Mrs Potts (her mum) having a scan before she gave birth to Flop. As you can see above what a little sweetheart she has grown into.

Flop previously lived with her sister however they had a disagreement, and are now living separately. Flop is looking for a home with a neutered male, as she is not neutered yet due to the being too young. So their new owners will need to pay a neutering deposit, and this will be returned once she has been spayed.

Flop has been handled from a very young age, so loves being picked up and being handled. She would love to share her life with young children who are confident to hold her.

If you would like to know more about Flop, please ask one of the HULA Team XxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED WITH A NEUTERED MALE
  • CAN LIVE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR, BUT WILL NEED TO BE WEATHER PROOF
  • VERY CLEAN RABBIT SO WOULD SUIT BEING A HOUSE RABBIT
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE HER LOTS OF TOYS AND ENRICHMENT

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BETTY

Photo of Betty the guinea pig
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Guinea Pig  Female  2 years
 History and Recommendations

I am reserved pending introductions

Please meet Betty,

Betty is a loving girl, who can be very cheeky. However she can be nervous at times, and will run away from you when you first go into her pen.

She isn’t keen on being picked up, and after a little while she will try to jump off your lap. However she does like to wander around when she has settled with you. Betty loves her food, and will start to do a guinea pig scream when she hears a rustle of a packet. Betty loves her food a bit too much and is on a diet, so she is looking for lots of space to explore to help her lose some weight.

Betty has sadly lost her female friend, so is very lonely at the moment. So is looking to be rehomed with a neutered male or female guinea pig, to keep her company.

If you would like to know more about Betty, then please speak to a member of staff XxxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN, AS LONG AS SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED WITH A NEUTERED MALE OR A FEMALE GUINEA PIG
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO WILL GIVE HER TIME AND SPACE TO SETTLE, AS SHE CAN BE NERVOUS
  • CAN LIVE INSIDE OR OUTSIDE, BUT MUST BE KEPT INDOORS DURING THE COLDER MONTHS

Adoption Process
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DIAMOND

Photo of Diamond the rabbit

Photo of Diamond the rabbit Photo of Mrs Potts the rabbit

 Breed  Sex  Age
 Cross Breed  Female  5 months
 History and Recommendations

I am reserved pending introductions

Please meet Diamond,

Diamond was born onsite, the picture above shows Mrs Potts (her mum) having a scan before she gave birth to Diamond. As you can see above she has grown into a gorgeous girl, and is full of character.

Diamond previously lived with her sister however they had a disagreement, and Diamond is now living on her own. She is looking for a home with a neutered male, as she is not neutered yet due to the being too young. So their new owners will need to pay a neutering deposit, and this will be returned once she has been spayed.

Diamond has been handled from a very young age, so loves being picked up and being handled. She would love to share her life with young children who are confident to hold her.

If you would like to know more about Diamond, please ask one of the HULA Team XxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED WITH A NEUTERED MALE
  • CAN LIVE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR, BUT WILL NEED TO BE WEATHER PROOF
  • VERY CLEAN RABBIT SO WOULD SUIT BEING A HOUSE RABBIT
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE HER LOTS OF TOYS AND ENRICHMENT

Adoption Process
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FIVER

Photo of Fiver the rabbit
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Cross Breed  Male  1 Year
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Fiver,

Fiver is a very cheeky boy!! He can still be a little nervous of people, however he is always wanting to check out what you are doing.

Fiver is looking for someone who will give him time and space, to settle into his new home. Fiver can live with a female rabbit, who is confident around people.

Fiver although nervous at first likes to be around people, and given time he will make a wonderful addition to your family.

Dandelion is looking to live outside as he won’t suit being a house rabbit, however he does need to be in a large weather-proof rabbit hutch and run which is very secure, if not he may dig or jump out of his enclosure.

If you would like to know more about Fiver, please ask one of the HULA Team XxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH OLDER CHILDREN
  • CAN LIVE WITH A FEMALE RABBIT – PENDING INTROS
  • LOOKING TO BE AN OUTDOOR RABBIT – WITH A VERY SECURE LARGE HUTCH AND RUN
  • AN EXPERIENCED RABBIT OWNER

Adoption Process
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DORIS & EVE

Photo of Doris and Eve the gerbils
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Gerbils  Females  4 months
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Doris and Eve.

These two cheeky girls are looking for their forever home together. They are looking for someone who can give them lots to do, and handle them at least once a day.

They are not keen on being picked up and they are a bit naughty and may try to jump out of your hands, so will need to have an adult around when young children are handling them. They will need daily handling to help them become calmer when being handled.

They love playing, digging, running on their wheel and exploring.

If you would like to know more about Doris and Eve then please speak to a member of staff XxxxX

Our Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN, AS LONG AS SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT
  • CANNOT LIVE WITH ANY OTHER GERBILS
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE THEM LOTS OF CUDDLES, AND CAN PROVIDE THEM WITH PLENTY OF ENRICHMENT
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED TOGETHER

Adoption Process
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HANNAH & ELENA

Photo of Hannah and Elena the gerbils
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Gerbils  Females  8 months
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Hannah and Elena.

Hannah and Elena are two cheeky girls, and like to get their own way. So are not keen on being picked up and standing still and they maybe wriggly when out and about.

Hannah did stay with her brother too long before coming into our care, and ended up having three babies (Maui, Doris and Eva).

They love keeping busy, and love all types of different toys as well as their wheel.

They can live with children, but they do need an adult around when the child is handling them. As they do like to jump out your hands, however the more handling they have they calmer they will become.

They are looking for a home together, as they are bonded and don’t like being split.

If you would like to know more about Hannah and Elena then please speak to a member of staff XxxxX

Our Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN, AS LONG AS SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT
  • CANNOT LIVE WITH ANY OTHER GERBILS
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE THEM LOTS OF CUDDLES, AND CAN PROVIDE THEM WITH PLENTY OF ENRICHMENT
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED TOGETHER

Adoption Process
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WALKERS, SKIPS, NIKNAK & QUAVER

Photo of gerbils
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Gerbils  Females  Quaver 6 Months; Babies 4 Months old
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Quaver, Skips, NikNak and Walkers.

Quaver is big sister to NikNak, Walkers and Skips as her mother (Wotsit) gave birth to more babies, she needs a medal for raising theses 3 gorgeous girls.

Like all gerbils they are not keen on being picked up, so do need an adult about when young children are wanting to spend time with them. Once you do have them out they do like to explore and they won’t sit still for long, so they do need to be handled by someone who is confident.

They love keeping busy with toys, digging, running on their wheel or exploring. They do need a lot of enrichment to keep them busy, and lots of handling to keep them friendly.

They are looking to be rehomed as pairs as they are social animals, and like each other’s company.

If you would like to know more about Quaver, Skips, Walkers and Niknak then please speak to a member of staff XxxxX

Our Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN, AS LONG AS SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT
  • CANNOT LIVE WITH ANY OTHER GERBILS
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE THEM LOTS OF CUDDLES, AND CAN PROVIDE THEM WITH PLENTY OF ENRICHMENT
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED AS PAIRS

Adoption Process
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ANABELLA, BETTY, CINDY & WOTSIT

Photo of Cindy the gerbil Photo of Betty the gerbil
Photo of Anabella the gerbil Photo of Wotsit the gerbil
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Gerbils  Females  Wotsit 2 years; Babies 3 Months old
 Born on 3rd Aug 17
 History and Recommendations

Cindy and Anabella have now been rehomed

Please meet Wotsit, Cindy, Betty and Anabella.

Wotsit is the mother to Cindy, Betty and Anabella but she is the mum to a lot more kids too. In fact she is mother to Billy, Hannah, Elena, Niknak, Skips and Walkers, she has been very busy!!!

All four girls have had a lot of handling since they have been born or when Wotsit came into our care, so they enjoy being out and about. However they are still not keen on being picked up, and will jump out of your hands if you are not careful. So will need adult supervision when there is a young child handling them.

They are fun active girls and will keep you entertained, but they also need entertaining too, so will need plenty of toys, enrichment as well as being handled daily.

They are looking to be rehomed as pairs.


If you would like to know more about Wotsit, Cindy, Betty and Anabella then please speak to a member of staff XxxxX

Our Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN, AS LONG AS SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT
  • CANNOT LIVE WITH ANY OTHER GERBILS
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE THEM LOTS OF CUDDLES, AND CAN PROVIDE THEM WITH PLENTY OF ENRICHMENT
  • LOOKING TO BE REHOMED AS PAIRS

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ENA

Photo of Ena the rabbit
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Crossbreed  Female  2 years
 History and Recommendations
Hello there, my name is Ena.

Ena is a very sweet girl, and just needs a lot of love and care.

Ena sadly came from a home where she wasn’t treated very nicely, therefore was very nervous of people. She also came from a multi rabbit home, but unfortunately she has decided she would rather be on her own. So is looking for a home where she will be the only rabbit.

Since the first day she arrived to HULA her character has grown and grown, and we feel there is so much more she has to give once she is in a home environment. Ena still can be shy of new people, but after time spent with her she is happy to sit with you and have a fuss.

Ena says "If you would like to know more about me, please ask one of my HULA friends XxxX"

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN
  • LOOKING TO BE THE ONLY RABBIT
  • LOOKING TO BE A HOUSE RABBIT
  • SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE HER PLENTY OF LOVE AND ATTENTION
  • LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN GIVE HER TIME AND SPACE TO SETTLE INTO HER NEW HOME

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ACORN

Photo of Acorn the rabbit
 Breed  Sex  Age
 CrossBreed  Male  1 Year old
 History and Recommendations
Please meet Acorn,

Acorn is a sweet, cheeky boy. However due to his breed he is still nervous of new people, and will run away and hide.

Acorn is looking for someone who can give him plenty of time and TLC, to help him realise that humans are not scary. He can live with a female rabbit, preferably one who is nice and confident around people so he can learn from his new friend.

Acorn has come on leaps and bounds (no pun intended) since arriving at HULA, and has shown the HULA staff his character. All the staff at HULA feel he has so much more to give.

Acorn is looking to live outside as he won’t suit being a house rabbit, however he does need to be in a large weather-proof rabbit hutch and run which is very secure, if not he may dig or jump out of his enclosure.

If you would like to know more about Acorn, please ask one of the HULA Team XxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH OLDER CHILDREN
  • CAN LIVE WITH A FEMALE RABBIT – PENDING INTROS
  • LOOKING TO BE AN OUTDOOR RABBIT – WITH A VERY SECURE LARGE HUTCH AND RUN
  • AN EXPERIENCED RABBIT OWNER

Adoption Process
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Special Thanks

Thank you to Bridget Davey Photography for many of the superb photographs featured on the HULA website.






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