Rabbits make wonderful household pets. Key to establishing a harmonious relationship with your bunny is understanding his needs and his nature. With that understanding you will be able to establish an environment and routines that work for both of you. We will assist you in obtaining that understanding, both before and after your adoption. We have about 90 residents at our rescue and adoption center, who are listed below. (Click on a rabbits name to read about that particular bunny.)
Our adoption process begins with an Adoption Inquiry Application, a link to which you will find below. This gives us basic information about what you are looking for so that we can better assist you. You can visit our rescue center to meet our bunnies and discuss rabbits with our staff. We'll answer any questions that you have and help you prepare to bring a new bunny into your home.
Following the adoption, we will continue to be available to answer questions that arise after you have your bunny at home. Our goal is that your bunny becomes an active member of your family, and to that end we will assist you for as long as required.
If you are looking for a companion for your bunny, you can bring him or her to our rescue center to meet potential companions. This will help ensure that the companion works for both you and your bunny.
Our adoption fee is $90. The rabbit you adopt from us will be spayed or neutered. If after you have your bunny at home you find that it just isn't working out, you can bring him or her back and we'll help you find a suitable one. This doesn't happen often, but it's reassuring to know that you will have ample time to ensure a good fit between you and your rabbit.
Please complete the Adoption Inquiry Applicatoin to begin the adoption process. Clicking on the link below will download the Application to your computer. Fill in the form and save it on your computer. Return your completed form via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you to discuss your needs and set up an appointment.
Our adoption contract requires that in the event that you ever decide you can not keep your rabbit, you will return him or her to us. We have this requirement because we want to meet and approve anyone who adopts our rabbits. All you need to do is let us know that you can not keep your rabbit and we'll make arrangements for you to bring him back to the rescue center.
Rabbits do very, very well in pairs. They need the interactions and comfort they derive from another rabbit. It’s not much more work for you; they will share a pen, litter and food. Rabbits are very social and derive a lot of comfort from a companion. Furthermore, they are unbelievably cute together. They’ll cuddle with and groom one another. When you are away from home or your rabbits are in their pen, you’ll know that they have companionship.