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.

Yoohoo and Betsy

Breed:            Mini Rex
Gender:         Male and Female
Age:               3 year old male and 2 year old female
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered and Spayed
Looking for a mate:       No – Bonded pair  
Special requirements:   None

Yoohoo and Betsy are a bonded pair. Yoohoo is a 3 year old male and Betsy is a 2 year old female. They are friendly rabbits, Betsy enjoys being petted but Yoohoo prefers hands off. They are very good with their litter box.

Betsy & Yoohoo

They both enjoy playing with their big cardboard box. They are sweet and are eagerly waiting for their forever home!

Jeffrey

Breed:            Lionhead 
Gender:         Male
Age:               4 years old
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered 
Looking for a mate:       Yes  
Special requirements:   None

Jeffrey is a 4 year old male lionhead, white with blue eyes.  He is as cute as can be!

Jeffrey

Jeffrey can sometimes have a bit of an attitude but he is overall a nice bunny.

Jeffrey

Marshmallow

Breed:            New Zealand/Florida White mix 
Gender:         Male
Age:               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 has good litter box habits.  Marshmallow needs lots of time out of his pen to exercise and play, otherwise he gets bored and grumpy.  He would do best in a home that already has experience with rabbits due to his active nature.  he is friendly and enjoys being pet but does not like being picked up.  He loves cardboard boxes and chew toys!

Oh, and did we mention, he is a very handsome guy!!

Munson

Breed:            Black 
Gender:         Male
Age:               3 years old
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered 
Looking for a mate:       Yes  
Special requirements:   None

Munson

Munson is a 3 year old male domestic rabbit with black fur. He is currently in a foster home with children and will allow the children to pet him (he likes to be petted!) and be in his x-pen with him. It’s good to take things slowly while he gets used to new surroundings.

He’s so cute when he’s standing on his hind legs and is also adorable when he washes his face with his paws!

Munson would do best in a home that already has rabbit experience.  He gets very excited at feeding time so this should be done by the adults in the home.   He’s a great bunny and fun to watch him play and explore.

Cocoa and Jackson

Breed:            Lop mix (female) and Male Dwarf Mix (male)
Gender:         Female 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!!