Can you find a home for these bunnies currently at RSPCA animal centre?

PUBLISHED: 13:39 19 January 2017 | UPDATED: 16:57 19 January 2017

RSPCA Find Me A Home: Peanut

RSPCA Find Me A Home: Peanut


Following this week’s news that RSPCA Southridge has been inundated with bunnies, here are two of the rabbits currently at the Potters Bar animal centre looking for new owners.

RSPCA Find Me A Home: VelvetRSPCA Find Me A Home: Velvet

Peanut and Velvet are a gorgeous pair of rabbits that were born at the centre, and are now looking for their new forever home together.

A spokeswoman for the Southridge centre in Packhorse Lane, Ridge, said: “Due to being born at the centre they are used to being handled, and so would be suitable to live with children.”

Velvet and Peanut are looking for a home with a large hutch with access to a grass run.

The RSPCA spokeswoman added: “If you think this cuddly pair will be a great addition to your family, please come down to Southridge and ask to meet them.”

RSPCA Find Me A Home: Buster the dogRSPCA Find Me A Home: Buster the dog

• Buster the dog is also looking for a new owner.

He is a handsome five-year-old American Bulldog who has been returned to Southridge due to a change in his owners’ working hours.

A Southridge spokeswoman said: “Buster was a much-loved part of the family, but was struggling to cope with being left alone.

“Buster is an affectionate boy who loves his walks and playing games of ball.”

He is a good with other dogs and may be able to be homed with another dog.

However, Buster is not a fan of cats so will need to go to a cat free home.

The Southridge spokeswoman added: “Buster is a calm boy who could live with children of primary school age, we are told that he was brilliant with a visiting four-year-old in his previous home.

“Buster really is a gentle giant who is desperate to find his forever home.

“If you think that Buster is the dog for you, then please come down to Southridge and ask to meet him.”

• If you are interested in adopting any of the animals featured, visit the centre in Packhorse Lane, call 0300 123 0704 or email

The centre is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4.15pm.

It is also open on Sundays from 1pm to 4.15pm.

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