Rabbit Rescues in Hampshire

Here is a list of rabbit rescues in Hampshire that we know of.

If you happen to know of anymore that we haven’t mentioned here, then please do let us know.

source wikipedia

Stubbington Ark (RSPCA Solent Branch) – Based in Stubbington, The Stubbington Ark is the focus for local animal welfare services covering 400 sq.miles including the Portsmouth and Southampton area. It provides shelter for all manner of animals, domestic, wildlife, farm stock and exotics and there are usually more than 500 animals on site at any one time. As you can imagine our running costs are extremely high and we have to raise over £3,400 per day to keep the shelter running.

Safe and Sound Animal Care – Based in Farnborough and Fleet,
Safe and Sound Animal Care is a non-profit animal welfare charity, founded in April 2010. We operate throughout the Blackwater Valley area and beyond, the charity’s mission is the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of stray or unwanted animals.

Second Chance Animal Rescue – Based in Mansbridge, Southampton, Second Chance Animal Rescue was founded in 1979. We have many long term animals in need of specialized homes.

Southampton Rabbit Rescue – We are dedicated to the rescue and re-home of unwanted and ill-treated rabbits. Southampton Rabbit Rescue (SRR) is a small family run centre that’s situated on the East side of Southampton, Hampshire in the UK and is run and managed by Sue Leigh

RSPCA Ashley Heath Animal Centre – Based in Ringwood, Here at Ashley Heath most of the animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. When they come to us they are often nervous of strangers. We spend weeks, sometimes months, looking after them and preparing them for a second chance in life.

St Francis Animal Welfare – Based in Eastleigh, St Francis Animal Welfare is a registered charity (no: 263172) which was established in 1953 so we are now into our 61st year. We care for and rehome numerous animals including dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, birds, various small mammals and reptiles.

Blue Cross Southampton Adoption Centre – Based in Southampton, We have cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs looking for loving homes. We had a major redevelopment in 2009 and now have state of the art facilities. We’d love you to come along and take a look.