Adoptable Rabbits

Give us a call (413 439-7HRC) or contact us to meet our adoptable rabbits

COVID SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE: Masks are required for all meet-and-greets, and only two people maximum from a potential adopter family are allowed at a meet-and-greet.   See ADOPTION PROCESS link below.

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.

Learn about our Adoption Process Rabbit Adoption

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:           We are absolutely adorable but we will give you more information shortly!
Gender:         Females
Age:               4 months old
Neutered/Spayed:          Spayed
Looking for a mate:       No
Special requirements:   None

Lily

Daisy and Lily are two young, 4 month 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.

Daisy

They get along perfectly and enjoy sharing toys and food. This fun pair would make a wonderful addition to a patient household looking for rabbits with a lot of personality.

Because they are so young, they are still perfecting their litter box habits and learning that humans don’t really like to be nipped!

They are lots of fun but as with most rabbits this young, they require extra supervision and attention when out and about.  They would best be suited for a home that already has experience with rabbits.