Second Chance Bunnies
Donations Helps for food and vet visits
Adopting a Pet
Did you know… while small rabbits are “cute”, many larger rabbits are calmer, gentler and don’t need much extra space?
Don’t overlook the big white buns with pink eyes, often called the “gentle giants” and considered the “golden retrievers of bunnies”, because they tend to be friendly and calm.
If you keep your heart and mind open to meet bunnies of all ages,breeds, sizes and types you’ll have the most fun and guaranteed to have the best chance of finding true love!
Making a Donation
Rabbit rescues have their own set of challenges in the rescue world! Some people would never consider rabbits as a pet – but I can tell you from personal experience they make amazing pets!
I have owned 10 rabbits over a span of about 20 years and each of them had their own personality – likes and dislikes and a few who I swear were dogs on the inside.
The hard part for those working in the world of rabbit rescue is that they typically have less of a support family than their dog and cat rescue counterparts. This can mean less in donations – both monetary and product as well as less opportunity for adoptions.
Getting the exposure and educating the public about why rabbits are amazing pets is only half the battle.
The other half is to raise the funds to continue to care for the rabbits in their care – as well as the ones they rescue going forward.
What we do
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There is no reason or law that requires you to have your Rabbit to be Licensed
Finding a Bunny a Good Home
As you might suspect, it is very difficult to find a reliable home for an unwanted pet of any kind. Placing a rabbit in a good home presents special challenges, since many people see rabbits as food, toys or worse. We can offer the following guidelines to help you if a rabbit is a perfect fit for you.
Spay & Nuter
By spaying or neutering our rabbits, will help to control the rabbit homelessness crisis, which results in millions of healthy rabbits euthanized in the United States each year simply because there aren’t enough homes to go around. There are also medical and behavioral benefits to spaying (female pets) and neutering (male pets) your animals.
What Drives Us
So you’ve decided to get a rabbit: You’ve learned what it takes to provide great care and an appropriate diet, you’ve bunny-proofed your house, you’ve found a * great rabbit veterinarian and you’re ready to give one or two (or more) special bunnies the attention and exercise they need every day. But you’ve got one more thing to take care of—choosing where you’ll get your new pet.
You don’t want to buy a bunny from a pet store because most of those rabbits come from mass-breeding facilities that can be like puppy mills. So, what are your options?
* We can help you with finding the right kind of veterinarian.
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