Two bunny brothers are looking for their “forever home” after spending 200 days at an animal rescue centre.
The bonded duo, named Edam and Stilton, have been under the care of the Lanarkshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming centre since they were young.
Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA) said that the crossbreed pair have received “very little interest” during their time at the charity’s centre.
Centre manager, Gillian Boyle, said that the bunnies are “very friendly” and ready to find their new family.
Ms Boyle revealed that while they were both unsure of people when they arrive they have grown in confidence and are “happy to take treats and veggies from your hand”.
She revealed the pair’s favourite thing to do is play with cardboard boxes and will require plenty of space to explore.
The siblings are looking for a home with older children and an owner who has some experience with rabbits to continue with their daily grooming.
She added: “Edam and Stilton are preferably looking to be indoor rabbits, but in time could potentially be outdoor rabbits if acclimatised properly.
“Edam and Stilton are both neutered and ready to start their new life in a loving home.
“If you or someone you know can offer this loving pair their forever home then please apply via our website.”
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