Hi, I’m Kepler, a handsome one-year-old boy. I’ve only just come into the National Animal Welfare Trust because my human’s circumstances changed.

I’m a sociable, affectionate bunny who loves to be around people. I like to spend my day hopping and playing and then I roll over for my nap. I love having lots of different levels so I can watch over everything from a high viewing point.

Watford Observer:

I’m an indoor rabbit, which means I’ll need a secure living space in your home where I can eat, sleep and hide if I get scared.

Rabbits like to chew so electrical cables must have a protective covering to prevent nasty accidents and houseplants should be out of reach as they might be poisonous to me. Also, non-slip flooring is best so I don’t injure myself while dashing about.

I’m used to living with two other male rabbits, so I’ll need another bunny to keep me company.

I’ve been told I’m an intelligent boy, so will need plenty of environmental enrichment to stop me getting bored.

Watford Observer:

I’ve previously lived happily in a home with cats and dogs, so I could share a home with one, as long as they’ve lived with rabbits before.

My carers here say I’m adorable and am sure to be snapped up quickly. So if you’d like to offer me a new home, call 0208 950 0177 (option 2) or email reception@nawt.org.uk to meet me once the NAWT reopens.