Rehoming Assistance Programme Application

Owner Details

Your Household

To help better understand your circumstances, the needs and priority of your rehoming request it is helpful for us to understand a little more about who is in your household.

Please provide details of the number of people in your home against the following categories:

Other Household Pets

Your Rabbit's Details






Rabbit Details Summary

Due to the number of rabbits included within this request it is NOT possibly to submit a Rehoming Assistance Programme application online.

Please call 0141 280 3272 for further assistance

Rabbit One

Please complete the following details with only your first rabbit in mind. We will ask about any other rabbits shortly.

Vaccination History

We recommend that rabbits are fully vaccinated against Myxomatosis, RHD1 and RHD2. To help us understand what vaccinations they may still require, it is important to realise the options your vet may have given you at their last vaccination.

If vaccinationed, you rabbit may have been given:

  • Myxo-RHD and Filavac (Two Vaccines)
  • Myxo-RHD and Eravac (Two Vaccines)
  • Myxo-RHD Plus (Single Vaccine)

Please check any records you may have and confirm if your rabbits has received any of these vaccinations in the last 12 months.. You should ensure that the veterinary history record provided for your rabbit included these details.






Veterinary History

To be able to accept your application online, we require a copy of your rabbits full veterinary history. Please request this directly from your registered vet who will be happy to provide this to you via email.

The Veterinary History must display neuter status, vaccination history and have a general health check recorded within the past 30 days. Unfortunately we are unable to accept your rabbit(s) onto the Rehoming Assistance Programme without this.

If you are unable to provide this information, you may wish to consider our Rehoming Assistance Programme Rabbit Welfare Assessment, where we can conduct the necessary assessment face-to-face.

If you are unable to provide an image of the veterinary history, please email this to info@belovedrabbits.org as soon as possible. We will not process your application until we have received the relevant veterinary history as detailed above.





Dietary Needs

The Importance of Hay

Rabbits should eat mainly hay (approx. 80-90% of their diet). It is important we understand your rabbit's preferences well so we can fully encourage healthy consumption of hay.

Additional Details

We want to provide your rabbit with the best possible care. Please do provide us with any additional details you feel may be relevant to their stay with us, which may include any additional health or behavioural traits, or your experience so far with bonding attempts.















Rabbit Two

We will now ask about your second rabbit below.






If you are unable to provide an image of the veterinary history, please email this to info@belovedrabbits.org as soon as possible. We will not process your application until we have received the relevant veterinary history as detailed above.


















Rabbit Three






If you are unable to provide an image of the veterinary history, please email this to info@belovedrabbits.org as soon as possible. We will not process your application until we have received the relevant veterinary history as detailed above.



















Rabbit Four






If you are unable to provide an image of the veterinary history, please email this to info@belovedrabbits.org as soon as possible. We will not process your application until we have received the relevant veterinary history as detailed above.





Rabbit Environment

We will be asking for descriptions, approximate dimensions and if possible photographs of your setup to understand your rabbits current living space.

Rehoming Assistance Programme

Agreement & Declaration

I, the undersigned, request Beloved Rabbits support in rehoming the listed rabbit(s) as part of the Rehoming Assistance Programme.

I understand that this means I agree to exclusively offer my rabbit(s) for adoption through Beloved Rabbits, and will not seek alternative means to rehome my rabbit(s) without first gaining agreement from Beloved Rabbits.

I understand that Beloved Rabbits may list the rabbit(s) using an alternative name in order to assist with rehoming and adoption procedures.

I agree to maintain contact with the Beloved Rabbits team, and to provide updates, photographs and videos if requested. My contact details listed above are correct and I agree to these being passed to volunteers of Beloved Rabbits for the specific purpose of any contact relating to rehoming my rabbit(s).

The liability for ensuring the health and wellbeing of the named rabbit(s) continues to be my full responsibility. I understand that Beloved Rabbits may provide some guidance and rabbit welfare advice of how to make my rabbit(s) more comfortable in the interim, and will do my best to action these where possible and practical.

I understand that when an adopter selects my rabbit(s) for adoption, Beloved Rabbits will request me to surrender the rabbit(s) permanently into their care. I agree to co-operate with arrangements to allow the transition within an reasonable timescale and understand that I will no longer have any legal claim to the rabbit(s) or the right to determine what may happen to them from that point forward.

I understand that I will not be in direct contact with the rabbit(s) new owners, and Beloved Rabbits may be unable to provide details or updates of the rabbit(s) in their new home.

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Social Media Consent

Sharing stories about our rabbits and their circumstances help to generate interest and support for them, and can often help find them a new home faster.

We would like to share your rabbit(s) story across our social media and website platforms.

We will never reveal any personal information or criticise owner or rabbits' circumstances.

Owners should be aware that members of the public may pass comment on shared stories. Our team monitor comments proactively and attempt to hide or remove any comments considered to be of an inappropriate manner.