We are currently very busy and as a result are not able to take in rabbits. We can however pop you on a waiting list, or assist with rehoming by sharing on the Wee Critters Facebook page and can point you in the direction of other rescues that may be able to help.
Need to re-home your pet?
We take-in small animals for a variety of reasons, whether that be a change in owner's circumstances, a change in the animal's behaviour, children losing interest in an animal bought for them, or in some cases because an animal is being neglected.
Providing we have space, all small animals are welcome here at Wee Critters Rescue. We provide a friendly and professional rehoming service so you can rest assured that we will give the best care to your pet before finding them a loving new home.
All arrivals will receive appropriate medical care, diet and housing for as long as they need to stay. We also have experience dealing with a variety of behavioural issues and do not shy away from a challenge.
If you are looking to find a new home for your pet/s and would like them to come to us then please get in contact via email (email@example.com), text (07549141600) or Facebook.
We can then discuss whether we have an open space. If we do not, you will be placed on a waiting list and contacted when a spot becomes available.
In the meantime we may ask whether you would like us to put out feelers for homes and try to find a place for your pet without it having to come into the rescue.
We do not charge a fee for you to surrender your pet, however a donation is always appreciated to go towards care costs.
Information we'll need...
In order to be equipped to care for new arrivals there is some information that it's really important to have. Please note that there are no wrong answers, we simply ask for the truth so that we can provide the best care for the animal.
We will ask for basic information such as the animal's age, health background and temperament. For rabbits we will also need to know whether they've been previously neutered & vaccinated and will ask for proof of this.
It is also be helpful to know what the animal's current routine is, including diet, bedding, handling and any of their individual quirks.
We are always happy to answer any questions you have regarding the rescue, our set up and our policies.