Haggis and Neeps are a beautiful pair of rabbits who are looking for their forever home. They are currently being cared for by the Scottish SPCA Glasgow Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
These two arrived at the centre together as tiny little babies that needed to be hand-reared. They have both done exceptionally well despite not having the best start in life, and they will make the perfect addition to a family.
Haggis is female and Neeps is male and they were both neutered in December. They will be able to be re-bonded at the end of January as this allows a period of eight weeks to pass in order for their hormone levels to die down.
The Society will require their new owner to have previous bonding experience and to be able to house them separately until they are bonded and can happily live together again.
Both Haggis and Neeps have funny wee personalities and are very friendly little bunnies. They are used to living around small dogs, however interactions should always be supervised and they should never be left alone with a dog or any other animal.
Rabbits are highly social and inquisitive animals and therefore they will require plenty of space and enrichment to keep them busy and happy. They would need a home where they can either be free to roam around or live in an enclosed pen that provides them with adequate space for them to exhibit natural behaviours.
If you can give this duo their new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website.
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