The Scottish SPCA is seeking good homes for four pairs of rabbits currently in their care.
Staff at the charity’s Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Drumoak are appealing for loving owners to come forward and offer the unwanted duos a second chance.
Centre assistant manager Debbie Innes said, “Sadly, we’ve not had a lot of interest in any of our fantastic double acts.
“Brothers Bramble and Blackthorn are currently our longest rabbit residents, having been here since the beginning of August.
“It’s clear these guys really care for one another and they’re very affectionate, which is lovely to watch and will be so rewarding for their new owner.
“We also have a mother and daughter duo named Fudge and Smudgey.
“Smudgey is the less confident of the two and she will look to her mother for comfort so it’s important they stay together.
“Smudge and Miffy are a male and neutered female pair who have always lived with one another and Iggle and Piggle are sweet sisters longing for a fresh start.
“All four duos are very close so we would hate to see any of them separated.
“If anyone can offer any of our terrific twosomes a second chance we’d really like to hear from them.”
Those interested in offering the rabbits a home can call the Scottish SPCA Animal Helpline on 03000 999 999 and ask to be connected to the Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.