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Home needed for beautiful bunny


The Scottish SPCA is appealing to animal lovers to find a home for an overlooked rabbit in the care of their Lanarkshire centre.

We have been caring for Coal for over 300 days and would love to find him his forever home.

Scottish SPCA centre assistant manager, Carrie Giannelli, said: “Coal is a very nosy, inquisitive bunny.

“He isn't a fan of being lifted but he loves to explore.

Coal is very clever and uses his litter tray regularly so he could be happy as a house bunny. He could also live outdoors with adequate warm shelter and plenty of room to roam.

“He loves to spend his days playing with enrichment toys.

“He would prefer not to live with other rabbits, but could live with older children.

“Coal was removed from a home where he sadly wasn’t receiving the standard of care he deserved. All his bunny siblings have since been rehomed, but he is sadly continually overlooked.

“He is a beautiful bun and we would love to find him the perfect home after such an unsettled start in life.”

People can apply to rehome Coal here:  




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