Adoptable Rabbits

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

COVID SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE: Masks will be required for all meet-and-greets, and only two people maximum from a potential adopter family will be allowed at a meet-and-greet.

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.

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HRC FOSTER SITES NEEDED  AUGUST 2020
HRC IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FOSTER HOMES
We have been receiving more and more calls to take in abandoned rabbits but without foster homes, we can’t help them!  The only way we can save abandoned bunnies is with great foster homes. We are looking for homes in the Springfield, MA/Hartford, CT area that can foster a rabbit or pair until they are adopted. Please consider opening your home and fostering a wonderful rabbit!  For more information contact us at info@hopline.org  or 413-439-7HRC.

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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.

Christie – NOT AVAILABLE, KEEP CHECKING BACK, PLEASE READ

Breed:            Lionhead
Gender:         Female 
Age:               Unknown
Neutered/Spayed:          Spayed
Looking for a mate:       Yes
Special requirements:   Not yet ready for adoption, read below please

Christie

Christie’s experienced foster mom is working her magic with this special bun. Christie, a small lionhead, is not adoptable right now unless her overwhelming cuteness can win over an experienced rabbit person. Even though her litter and eating habits are close to perfect, her social skills are a work in progress.

She has no fear but does not seem to want much exercise outside of her pen at this point. She’s camera shy, so it’s hard to get a picture of her that shows how cute she is—she reminds her foster mom of a koala bear! If you’re intrigued, keep checking this site for updates!

More bunnies needing your home will be posted shortly.

Marshmallow (Marshall)

Breed:            New Zealand
Gender:         Male 
Age:               Unknown
Neutered/Spayed:          Neutered
Looking for a mate:       Yes
Special requirements:   None

Marshmallow

Marshmallow also known as Marshall, is a young adult male New Zealand/Florida White mix rabbit. He is large in size but a very sweet boy, however he does require an rabbit experienced adopter. 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. Marshall needs lots of time out of his pen to exercise and play, otherwise he gets bored and grumpy. He needs a home that is well experienced with rabbits. With too much handling or stimulation right away (without time to settle in) he can be aggressive and this may be misunderstood by less experienced adopters. He has done very well in our foster homes where we understand the need for settle in time, and knowing when bunny has had enough human interaction. Marshall enjoys being pet but does not like being picked up. He loves cardboard boxes and chew toys!
He seems to like other bunnies, but the bonding process has to proceed slowly and cannot be started to quickly after adoption.

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