Looking for a furry friend to introduce to your home? Look no further.

The RSPCA in York have some lovely rabbits looking for their forever homes. Below we have detailed just some of the rabbits that are looking to be adopted and what they need from their new home.

Rabbit accommodation must have a hutch that is a minimum of 6ft with an attached run of a minimum 8ft. Any other accommodation will happily be discussed by staff at the centre.

And don’t forget to visit the RSPCA website to see what other animals need your love.

Tricky & Pesto, Male

York Press: Tricky and Pesto (RSPCA)Tricky and Pesto (RSPCA)

10 months old

Tricky and pesto are two rabbits that were born at the centre after their mother was sadly no longer wanted by her owner.

They are young, cheeky and playful little boys who will make wonderful and entertaining family pets.

Find out more about Tricky and Pesto here.

Thunder & Imogen, Female & Male

York Press: Thunder and Imogen (RSPCA)Thunder and Imogen (RSPCA)

2.5 years & 8 months old

Thunder and Imogen entered the centre separately and once neutered, became great friends.

They love running around and snuggling up for a snooze equally and would be a great addition to the family.

Find out more about Thunder and Imogen here.

Will, Male

York Press: Will (RSPCA)Will (RSPCA)

One year old

Will is a very sweet natured boy who is looking for an owner to keep him entertained and loved. He wants to live with a spayed female rabbit, so any prospective adopters should take note of this.

Find out more about Will here.