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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. Many of our rabbits are bonded pair and are available for adoption only as a bonded couple.
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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Please consider opening your home to fostering a bunny. You may not realize the impact you will have. You will change an animal’s life. Please talk with us. We need you.
Daisy & Lily
Breed: New Zealand
Daisy and Lily are large one year old, energetic rabbits who love to explore outside of their enclosure.
They are not shy at all and do not need much time to get comfortable in a new place.
They get along perfectly and enjoy sharing toys and food. They have good litter box habits and great appetites! Neither likes to be picked up. Daisy is more outgoing & friendly, she enjoys being petted. Lily is a bit more shy and prefers not to be touched.
Breed: Lionhead Angora Mix
Age: Young Adult
Looking for a mate: To be determined
Special requirements: Will require dental checks by rabbit savvy vet
Georgia is a small Mini Rex mix, sweet female snuggle bunny. Her exact age is unknow since she came from a large hoarding situation.
She recently lost her bond mate and may do well as a bond mate with another rabbit. She has become very curious, outgoing and she loves to play with her puzzle board.
Georgia had to have some dental work when first brought into foster care. She will require dental checks by a rabbit savvy vet to be sure no issues arise. So far she has not required any additional dental work but it will be important to be sure her teeth are checked every so often to be sur
Age: This beautiful girl was found and rescued. She won’t tell us her age.
Looking for a mate: Yes
Special requirements: This gorgeous girl needs brushing daily. She truly loves a quiet home
Thistle is a gorgeous lion head bunny. She is energetic and sweet, and loves grooming time and head scratches. Sometimes she likes to throw around her toys and play- but mostly you can find her curled up in a mess of hay and taking a nap.
She has a strong personality and is definitely a great, independent female who likes to explore and boss her human around!
Thistle isn’t bothered by loud noises or people: she would do better though in a home without young children, unless they are already experienced with rabbits. Thistle was found as a stray so her exact age is unknown.