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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.
Clara is an independent little girl! She loves to explore her surroundings whenever she gets her out time.
She is good with her litter habits.
She adores her hay and greens but gets a limited amount of pellets
and treats to encourage a more svelte figure.
This little rust-colored diva currently is on eye drops every other day to help the inflammation of her third eyelid. Clara is a champ with the eye drops.
If you have been looking for an “opinionated” bunny, look no further…Clara might be your girl!
Demarco and Sheba
Breed: Demarco (New Zealand )and Sheba (not noted)
Demarco is a 4-year old New Zealand bun, totally in love with his itty-bitty 1-year old girlfriend, Sheba. This wonderful pair bonded recently in another rescue, and came to HRC to ease a foster space crunch.
Breed: Not noted
Annabelle is a soft, white, 5.8-pound bundle of love. Not quite 1 1/2 years old, she is somewhat active and very curious.
She loves to explore her play area and everything in it.
Her litter habits are exceptional, rarely a single poop outside of her litter box.
Very gentle and friendly, she allows herself to be picked up for a snuggle, but prefers to settle next to you on the floor for pets.
She loves the company of her humans, coming up to her foster mom or dad whenever we sit down in her play area.
If you are looking for a curious, tidy, gentle bundle of love, come and see Annabelle!
Breed: English Spot
Jazz is a little female English Spot rabbit. She is a very sweet girl. She was taken in by Waterford Animal Control in December 2016.
While waiting for a foster space to open at HRC, Jazz gave birth to 9 babies on Christmas Eve! 8 of the 9 survived, mama and her babies have now all been taken into HRC foster care!
Jazz will be spayed and ready for adoption at the end of March 2017.
The babies have a least 8 more weeks before the males can be neutered a bit longer for the females to be spayed.
More photos coming soon
Breed: Not noted
Harriet is a one-year old, 6-pound bunny who is looking for her forever
If you’ve been looking at our photos, you may have noticed her sister,
A one-year bunny is still in the
Harriet has excellent litter box habits and mingles freely with the dogs and cats in her foster home. We believe that our super
Oscar and Addie
Breed: Oscar (Dutch) and Addie (Lionhead)
Oscar & Addie are a 4 yr old bonded pair (male & Female) of rabbits.
With Addie’s unique appearance and Oscar’s outgoing personality, this pair would make an adorable addition to your family.
Oscar (black & white dutch) is a sweetheart and loves to be petted. He follows his foster mom around begging for pats and treats.
They are sweeties but should go to a home that has had some rabbit experience because of Addie’s 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. Oscar loves his food and should be watched so he does not put on weight.
They love their cardboard box and love jumping on top it! Maybe you have some room in your home & heart for this cute pair of buns!!
Breed: lionhead dwarf
Ringo is a Lionhead/dwarf born on Christmas Eve in a Connecticut shelter. This little man is sweet as can be and as active as all baby buns can be! He will probably weigh about 4 pounds when he reaches full growth. He will be neutered and ready for adoption by the end of April, but he’d be happy to meet his future family sooner. Please contact The House Rabbit Connection, Inc. if you can provide a great, indoor, lifetime home for this precious fluffy bunny.
Maura and Darcy
Breed: Maura (Agouti) and Darcy (black/white Dutch)
Maura and Darcy are a three year old bonded pair of sisters.
Maura is an Agouti and Darcy is a black/white Dutch. They are sweet and still a bit shy.
Darcy has one adorable white paw.
After a short period of time being hesitant she will hop over to you looking to get pet. The more time you spend with her the more she allows you to spend some quality cuddle time. She will tolerate being picked up.
Maura is a little more shy but loves to be pet once she sees her sister getting attention – then she knows its ok.
She enjoys exploring and indulging in her appetitie.
Bodhicita is a large Californian female adult rabbit. She is about a year old. She came from a large rescue of meat rabbits in Lincoln, MA this past summer.
She is just learning about the good life she deserves in a nice foster home where she is being socialized.
Breed: New Zealand
Satya is a white New Zealand female rabbit. She is still young, under a year old.
She came from a large rescue of meat rabbits in Lincoln, MA this past summer.
She likes attention and has become more social and sweet. She enjoys being pet. Satya would do best in a quiet home with no young children as she startles easily and is a little food aggressive.