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Here are the bunnies we are currently lovingly caring for until they find their forever homes.
The most rewarding results of HRC efforts relate to the hundreds of abandoned (and often neglected) rabbits that have been rescued and placed in permanent, loving homes since HRC’s inception.
Adoptable rabbits are taken from shelters/animal care and adoption centers, examined by one of the rabbit-savvy vets who work regularly with HRC, spayed/neutered if necessary, placed in a loving foster home where they are socialized, litter-trained, and prepared for a loving, permanent, indoor adoptive home. By adopting a rescued rabbit, individuals are giving a bunny a new “leap on life.”
Adoption Fees: $60.00 for a single rabbit/$110.00 for a pair of rabbits.
All rabbits are socialized, spayed/neutered and litter box trained.
Breed: Small Dutch
Cadbury is an adult Dutch rabbit and as cute as can be. Cadbury came from a situation where many rabbits lived in one household but he has now gotten used to attention from people and is no longer frightened. However, he does not like to be picked up or petted. He is on a good diet and enjoys his greens and hay!
Cadbury needs a loving understanding family and a somewhat quiet home may be best. We think he would be a good bond mate for your female rabbit!
Harriet is a beautiful 2 year old, 6-pount bunny who is still looking for her forever home/
Harriet is a very active bunny who needs a lot of time out of her pen. If she is confined too much or in too small of a space she gets cranky and misbehaves.
She is a curious and friendly girl and a pleasure to have around when she gets enough out time. She has excellent litter box habits and has been socialized with dogs & cats in her foster home.
Addie is a 5 year old lion head.
Addie is a little sensitive and will allow petting sometimes.
She does love her cardboard box and enjoys jumping on top of it!
Addie is a sweetheart, but she needs a home that is very rabbit savvy because of her eating habits and overall sensitive and easily stressed personality. Attention is needed to be sure she is eating; otherwise, she could go into GI Stasis.
Expresso is a beautiful large rabbit. Her coloring is stunning but you have to see it in person! She is friendly and social. She is good with their litter box and adjust to new surrounding easily.
Expresso lost her sister bunny Cocoa on July 3, 2018. We have not update the photos.
She needs a tall pen as she can escape if it’s too low. She will require a good amount of room to exercise and explore.
Peony, as of June 2018, is a 2 ½ month old female Himalayan mix bunny.
She will most likely be large in size. She is coming out of her shell more & more every day. She LOVEs her wooden Ikea doll bed!!
Being a baby rabbit she is active and good bunny proofing is needed. Peony will be available for adoption around early October after she is old enough to be spayed.Being a baby rabbit she is active and good bunny proofing is needed.
Peony will be available for adoption around early October after she is old enough to be spayed.
Breed: Tan, medium sized
Alex is a medium sized male mixed breed rabbit. We estimate he is 1 to 2 years old (as of Jan. 2018).
He came from a situation where a number of rabbits were kept in an old shed and seized by animal control.
Alex is a very sweet rabbit! He is slowly warming up to humans. He now greets his foster mom every time she comes by but still shys away from sudden movements or very loud noises. Has has start to allow pets from his foster mom!
He will also accept food from his foster parents hands and we feel with some time and TLC he will learn to trust and enjoy some hands on attention. He is such a sweet boy and has quickly won the hearts of his foster parents. His litter box habits are perfect!