Here is a list the rabbit rescues in West Midlands and the Birmingham area that we know of. If you know of any more that we haven’t mentioned here, then please do let us know.
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Butterfly Bunnies – Based in Sheldon, Welcome to ButterflyBunnies please take a look around our site for more details on rabbits, and details about the rabbits
Fat Fluffs – Based in Solihull, We are a rescue based in Solihull in the West Midlands, we give unwanted rabbits a safe place to recouperate before finding them loving homes.
Underhill Rabbit Rehoming – Based in Wolverhampton, Underhill Rabbit Rescue is a non- profit rabbit rescue, which helps unwanted rabbits in and around the Wolverhampton area find a new and loving home
RSPCA Walsall & District Branch – Based in Walsall, Like every other RSPCA branch in England and Wales, the Walsall & District branch is a separate registered charity to the National RSPCA. We are totally self funded which means all the money we spend on animals
in the Walsall area has to be raised by us. We hold regular fundraising events
to raise funds and awareness about us.
RSPCA Coventry, Nuneaton & District Branch – Based in Allesley, Coventry, Our branch of the RSPCA is independent of the National Society and is managed by a group of local trustees who volunteer for the mammoth task of running the branch each year. The branch is completely self finanacing and receives no regular funding from the National RSPCA, Government or Lottery all the funds needed to run the centre are raised locally.
R.A.G.S – Based in Coventry, Founded in 2002 The Rabbit And Guinea Sanctuary in now a reistered charity. The charity takes in abandoned, mistreated and unwanted rabbits and guinea pigs in the hope of finding new forever homes for them.
RSPCA Birmingham Animal Centre, Based in Frankley, Birmingham, We are the first RSPCA animal welfare centre to be built with a rehoming centre and hospital under the one roof. We offer veterinary treatment at the hospital for those people on specific means tested benefits. We also aim to find life-long new homes for the animals in our care at the centre.