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The most rewarding results of HRC efforts relate to the hundreds of abandoned (and often neglected) rabbits that are now rescued and in permanent, loving homes.
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 in 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.
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Breed: Dutch Mix
Penelope is a striking jet black mini Rex recently removed from a massive hoarding case in NY. Her age is estimated to be around 2 years.
She’s friendly and doesn’t mind being pet.
This beauty is a good eater and getting better with her litter box habits.
Penelope is a work in progress so she needs a safe and loving environment as well as someone willing to continue with socializing her.
Prior rabbit experience is recommended.
Pip and Perdita
Breed: Perdita (white rabbit) and Pip (black rabbit) – both New Zealand Mix
Pip and Perdita are a lovable bonded pair and are looking for their forever home! They enjoy playing, cuddling, and grooming each other showing their true love as a pair.
Pip and Perdita would love a home that can give them lots of attention, plenty of toys to keep them busy, and a warm/cozy and safe environment. Although shy at first, they will warm up to you with a little time.
A quiet home with no large pets would be best, they are usually good with other small animals in the home. Pip and Perdita are working on their litter box training, they are not perfect quite yet, but with further training they will get there.
They will make great pets to love and cherish, will entertain you with their playful side, and keep you company by your side. Pip and Perdita are ready for their forever home!
Breed: Unknown, Sable will tell us shortly!
Sable is a large female rabbit. She is friendly and enjoys petting, although she’d rather be off exploring her area. She is a fun girl, and will tug at your pant leg or clothing for attention. She also gets along with the small dog in her foster home.
She came into foster care due to her owner passing away.
Breed: Mini Rex
Alana is a young adult female Mini Rex rabbit. She is soft & cuddly. She is a gorgeous gray and super soft! Alana weighs about 3 pounds. She is good with children and other pets.
She is active and tends to stand on her back legs a lot checking things out. She has nibbled on a finger or 2 however not often.
She would be a great addition to any home.
Bailey and Versace
Breed: Bailey is a lop, Versace is a lionhead
Bailey and Versace are very smart and friendly male bunnies. Bailey is bold and brave, will greet you when you come in the room, hop on your lap, and hop all around the house. Versace is shy but loves being petted and held on a lap with a little encouragement.
Both are very adorable in their own way. Bailey is very curious about everything, and needs quite a bit of attention.
They both really like to have as much space as possible to roam around in. Neither is very destructive, and they’re well litter trained.
Versace plays it cool and detached around the cat and Bailey tries to interact with her. Both are flopping experts, and Bailey will flop fully onto his back in an instant.They’re very lovable, adorable bunnies, who will keep you entertained all day. They are very good at grooming each other and can often be found cuddling or flopping next to each other.
Trixie and Georgia
Georgia is more outgoing and loves being pet! Trixie is a bit more timid but once she trusts you she liked being pet or throwing around toys. This duo is very curious, always eating hay, and love to chew up willow sticks or their hidey house.
You’ll always be able to tell how these two feel and they get very excited for a sweet treat like apple or grape! These two would do best in a home with lots of time for enrichment, space to explore or free roam as they can get bored in their x-pen.
Breed: English South Mix
Noah is a funny and curious bunny! He has a gorgeous layer of white fur, with little black spots. He enjoys exploring and hopping around our bunny-proofed basement and cuddling under his blanket. He loves eating kibble, broccoli leaves and dark leaf lettuce.
Noah is shy at first but curious, and loves to have his sides, cheeks, and in between his ears petted. He especially enjoys ear rubs. He dislikes Bok Choy, and is taking time getting used to our equally curious dog. Noah is a great and special bunny!