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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 and spayed/neutered if necessary. Our rabbits are placed in a loving foster home where they are socialized, litter-trained, and prepared for a loving, permanent, indoor adoptive home.
HRC FOSTER SITES NEEDED NOVEMBER 2020
HRC IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FOSTER HOMES
We have been receiving more and more calls to take in abandoned rabbits but without foster homes, we can’t help them! The only way we can save abandoned bunnies is with great foster homes. We are looking for homes in the Springfield, MA/Hartford, CT area that can foster a rabbit or pair until they are adopted. Please consider opening your home and fostering a wonderful rabbit! For more information contact us at email@example.com or 413-439-7HRC.
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: To be posted
Chilla is a very personable, affectionate rabbit with luxurious chinchilla like fur. When you pet her, she melts into the floor or will cuddle up to your side.
She is inquisitive and loves to explore. She is a larger and fairly ‘’chill’’ rabbit who could be good with older children.
Chilla would make a perfect, relaxed companion to any human. She cannot, however, be in a home with cats or dogs as they trigger a severe panic response. An added bonus: she has excellent litter box habits.
Frankie & Eyepatch
Breed: Mini Lops
Frankie & Eyepatch are a bonded pair of adult male Mini Lops. They are cute as can be and very sweet. They are best buddies!
They enjoy being petted and would make a nice addition to a family.
They have good litter box habits. Bonded pairs are so enjoyable and fun to watch their interactions and cuddles!
Meet Vanilla (or Nilla as her foster mom calls her), a four-year-old spayed Californian gurl. Nilla is a large bunny; she can be a little timid or reserved at first, but quickly warms up to people.
Her foster mom says she is pretty quiet most of the day just wandering around. Nilla loves to be petted and is good around children, small dogs, and cats.
Breed: Large rabbit – waiting for a description from Luna herself.
Luna is full of energy and is looking for a home that will give her lots of love and give her attention. She is very sweet, friendly, a little shy at times, but loves to be pet.
Luna would love a home that can give her enough space to run around to get her energy out, but she also enjoys down time to relax.
It is unknown if Luna will be ok with other pets in the home, but there might be potential for her to get along with other rabbits.
She loves to have toys to play with and keep her busy! She is a sweet girl and deserves a great home.
Breed: Californian Mix
Edgar is a sweet boy with tidy litter habits and a good eater. He loves his neck and back massages, and he is fairly active yet non-destructive.
At first, Edgar was shy but he eventually warmed up to his foster Mom and her dog.
It’s uncertain at this time whether he will get along with other animals, but no aggression has been seen.
He appears to be a Californian mix, and age is unknown.
Bond (as in James Bond)
Breed: English Spot
This bunny is adorable – white with black spots. He is not available yet until after he has been neutered and is ready.
He is an English Spot with an adorable bowtie marking on his upper lip. More information to come!
Breed: English Spot Mix
“Tina is a small 1.5 yr old Lionhead rabbit, who is spayed and litter box trained.
She’s very sweet and loves exploring her home to find a cozy corner to sleep in during the day. Tina is very timid at first, but curious. Give her time to approach you, parsley or a small carrot, and soon she’ll be comfortable enough to hang out with you and zoom around the room! In the evening, she loves to play with her paper towel roll, ping pong ball, and chew on willow sticks.
Tina would be happy in a quieter home, with older children if any, as she’s requires gentle handling, patience, and regular brushing!”