Hola! I'm Hazelnut

I'm a 1-year-old Lion Head from Tiverton rehoming centre and I'm looking for my forever home. Please read my profile below to find out more.

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About me


Meet Hazelnut. He is approximately 1 year old and has the best hair we have ever seen!

He is settling in to his foster home and is becoming more confident. He enjoys entertaining his foster carers by throwing his toys around and then chasing after them! He neutered and is looking for a new home with a female companion so that he isn't lonely.

He is currently being fostered outdoors, but could be an inddor or outdoor rabbit. He will need a nice big hutch and run to live in. Our minimum requirements are that the hutch area is 6ft x 2ft with a large run area of 8ft x 6ft x 3ft tall.

He could live with children and other pets.

Looked after…

  • Examined by a vet and treated as required
  • Assessed by an experienced member of our team
  • Given an individual profile to help match me with my new owner

How rehoming works

  1. Browse our pets, find your favourite

    Read the pet’s profile to make sure that they are suitable for your circumstances.

  2. Complete the online application form

    We want to be fair to everyone who applies for a pet so applications are dealt with in the order that we receive them.

  3. We process your application

    Please be patient while we process your application. If you are successful we will contact you to go through next steps.

Thanks for reading my story…

I'd like to say I have a lot to give to my new owner and that I think I deserve a warm and loving home. Can you help me out? I think Blue Cross would be much appreciative!