These two rabbits are in need of a forever home after staying at a north-east animal centre for almost 400 days.
The Scottish SPCA have been looking after Tulip and Viola at their Aberdeenshire rescue centre for 392 days.
While both would be best suited for a home without children or other rabbits, and Tulip requires and experienced owner, the pair are able to live both inside and out.
Louise Griese, assistant manager at the centre in Drumoak, said: “Tulip and Viola are quite the pair and we love looking after them, but we would love to see them go to a forever home even more.
“Tulip can be a feisty character but she has come on leaps and bounds in the past year and is very confident being left to free roam.
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“Viola can be a bit of grump but has also come a long way since she first came to us.
“Both of them are lovely and have sadly been overlooked in favour of other rabbits during their time with us.”
Anyone who could help provide a new home for Tulip or Viola is asked to contact Scottish SPCA on 03000 999 999.