If you brought a baby bunny home around Easter, you might need some extra help about now. Here are some great links to learn about diet, exercise and how to socialize with your new rabbit. Check out the links below for all that and much more!
- Living with a House Rabbit
- Litter Training
- Lots of great information on your new rabbit
Because we have more rabbits in need of foster homes than we have space, we cannot foster rabbits from individuals.
Although it is heartbreaking, we cannot take in every rabbit so we focus our rescue efforts on rabbits in shelters whose time has run out. We always have a waiting list and a vacant space is usually filled within hours of an adoption.
If it is truly impossible for you to keep your rabbit, please read "Finding a Home For Your Rabbit," and list him on our websiteand Petfinder.com. If you cannot keep your rabbit until a new home has been found, PLEASE take him to a shelter.
However, if your rabbit has a behavioral issue that is making him difficult to live with, like refusing to use his litter box, we can help. Contact us.
A Bunny who needs a home
Nina: She was a part of a bonded trio but is now a single bunny.
Nina is a wonderful bunny. Her first sister, Piama, didn't get along well with her siblings so Piama was adopted. It seemed to make all the bunnies happier. Unfortunately, recently Simone went to the Rainbow Bridge and now Nina is living alone.
We believe that Nina would very much like a new bunny companion. She is a wonderfully social girl who loves all the things bunnies do: playing, toy tossing, exploring and of course a morning treat of banana, basil or pear.
When it's time to clip nails, Nina is easy to trance and "out like a light" without effort. She does prefer to be on the floor to play (not surprising as most bunnies do) but she doesn't hold a grudge if you hold her for a while. This year, she was our ambassador at Cottontails Village and entertained the crowd. She enjoyed the attention from visitors!
Do you have a neutered boy who might also be lonely and looking for a forever bun-friend? Nina might be the bunny for you.
Oh, and this photo is from when Nina was a baby. She is a little bigger now but is full grown. We like to say that she's grown into her ears.
Sugar and Spice: Off the market and living in bunny bliss
Congratulations to Sugar and Spice!
They have been adopted (to the same incredible home of course). Sometimes finding a home for a pair takes a little longer but we are sure these two think it was worth the wait.