Rabbit Rescues in Somerset

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

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

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Somerset and Dorset Animal Rescue – Based in Wincanton, We are a non-profitable organisation dedicated to improving the life of unwanted animals. We take in animals of all shapes and sizes, from rabbits to horses, and we find them loving new homes. This rescue is run completely by volunteers and is completely reliant on the generosity of the public.

National Animal Welfare Trust – Based in Langport, We find loving homes for cats, dogs, guinea pigs and rabbits as well as birds and field animals.

R.S.P.C.A. (North Somerset Branch) – Based in Weston-super-Mare, We are a branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work.
Our branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch’s affairs.

Bath Animal Home (RSPCA) – Based in Claverton Down, Bath, We service an area of over 650 square miles (the size of London) throughout Bath, Somerset and Wiltshire. We accept dogs, cats and small animals in need – lost, abused, sick, injured and unwanted animals are brought in to us by the public, dog wardens and RSPCA inspectors.

RSPCA West Hatch Animal Centre – Based in Taunton, Here at West Hatch Animal Centre, most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and many other types of small domestic animals – at any one time we could be caring for over 150 animals.

Happy Landings Animal Shelter – Based in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, on a 5 acre site boasting enviable views of Somerset’s fine landscape, Happy Landings first opened in May 1995. A former boarding kennels, the shelter can house around 100 domestic animals and a further 200 farm animals. In recent years we have found new homes for more about 250 domestic animals and 800 hens per year.

Ferne Animal Sanctuary – Based in Chard, Ferne Animal Sanctuary strives to provide care and refuge for unwanted domestic and farm animals. The Sanctuary rehomes dogs and cats within a 30 mile radius of Ferne. Some horses and ponies are available for permanent loan; all other animals remain at the Sanctuary for the rest of their lives. The Sanctuary relies entirely on donations and legacies to continue its work.