Adoptable Rabbits

Give us a call (413/525-9222) or contact us to meet our adoptable rabbits

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.

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.

Marshmallow

Breed:            New Zealand / Florida White mix 
Gender:         Male
Age:               Young Adult -unknown
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered 
Looking for a mate:       Yes 
Special requirements:   None

Marshmallow

Marshmallow is a young adult male New Zealand/Florida White mix rabbit.  He is large in size but a very sweet boy.  He likes other rabbits and may make a good bonding partner for your bunny.

He is active and playful, and does need at least a 48” pen to keep him in.

He is well behaved when out of his pen and his foster mom thinks he would make a great free range rabbit.

Marshmallow

He would also do good in a family with children.  Oh, and did I mention, he is a very handsome guy!!

Reese

Breed:            Mini Lop Mix
Gender:         Female
Age:               Unknown
Neutered/Spayed:          Spayed
Looking for a mate:       No  
Special requirements:   None

Adoptable Rabbits

Reese

Reese is an adult female Mini Lop mix. Her exact age is unknown because she was found as a stray in Hadley MA. Reese is an active girl! She has a lot on Bunnitude and would do best in a home with prior rabbit experience.

Adoptable Rabbits

Reese

She needs lots of time out to roam, explore and keep busy, otherwise she gets cranky and bored.

She is currently being socialized in her foster home. She is very good with using her litter box. Please consider giving Reese the forever home she deserves.

Harriet

Breed:            Unknown
Gender:         Female
Age:               2 years old
Neutered/Spayed:          Spayed
Looking for a mate:       No  
Special requirements:   Large space

Adoptable Rabbits

Harriet

Harriet is a three-year old, 6-pound bunny who is looking for her forever home.  Harriet has been with us in foster care for a long time now.

We feel she gets looked over by being a large white rabbit with ruby eyes.  She is curious, friendly, and ACTIVE, so she needs an adopter who will give her lots of room to play and toys to play with.

Harriet has excellent litter box habits and mingles freely with the dogs and cats in her foster home. We believe that our super friendly girl would bring smiles to the faces of her family…call HRC to meet this great girl!

Snowball

Breed:            Lionhead Cream Seal Point
Gender:         Male
Age:               10 years old
Neutered/Spayed:          Not Neutered due to age
Looking for a mate:       No  
Special requirements:   Please contact us.

Adoptable Rabbits

Snowball

Here is Snowball! He melted our hearts. He was rescued and brought to Dakin.

This little Lionhead has just been brought to his foster parents site and is settling down.

He is now eating on his own again and we are so happy with his quick progress.

Cocoa and Jackson

Breed:            Lop mix (female) and Male Dwarf Mix (male)
Gender:         Femail and Male
Age:               5 – 6 years old
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered and Spayed
Looking for a mate:       No, bonded couple 
Special requirements:   None

Cocoa & Jackson are a female Lop mix and male dwarf mix bonded pair of rabbits.  They are approximately 5 – 6 years old.

Jackson

Cocoa is the brown lop mix and she is the friendliest of the pair.  But both are sweet bunnies.  They take a little time to warm up to a  new home but once they get comfortable they are very friendly.

Cocoa & Jackson

They will also mark their territory at first then ease into good litterbox habits.

Cocoa seems to be afraid of dogs.  This nice pair needs a forever home where they can be loved and spoiled!!