Hi there, my name’s Hoppity and I’m a sweet one-year-old boy. I was sadly dumped in a box at the National Animal Welfare Trust with my friends three weeks ago but, luckily, was found by a member of staff.

I’m still getting used to being stroked, which I’ve started to enjoy. Like most rabbits, I’m not keen on being picked up.

I’m a real foodie, always greeting the staff in the morning to let them know I’m ready for my breakfast. I really enjoy my veggies too and rubbing my chin against everything to mark my scent.

Watford Observer:

I’d really like some company so would love to live with another neutered bunny.

And I’m Tigger, a friendly one-year-old girl. My friends and I were dumped at the centre in a box. I was a bit nervous at first but now I’ve had time to settle in and get to know the staff I love to hop around and have strokes on my nose.

Watford Observer:

I could live with children of any age as long as adults do most the handling while I settle in and I’d like to live with a neutered male rabbit for company.

Me and Hoppity are used to living outdoors so would like a spacious hutch to live in, as well as a run so we can get lots of daily exercise and stretch our paws.

If you could give Hoppity and/or Tigger a good home, email reception@nawt.org.uk or call 0208 950 0177 (option 2) to meet them.