We are a non-profit 501c (3) no-kill rabbit shelter staffed and run entirely by volunteers. Our goals include the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of abandoned rabbits, as well as public education regarding proper rabbit care and the importance of spay/neuter in battling the escalating overpopulation problem. We rely on public donations and monies made by our on-line store, RabbitShop.com.
Come and visit our bunnies any Friday or Saturday from 9-12 at 7640 Rosecrans Avenue, in Paramount CA. See who's available for adoption
2015-01-07: Poor Landon arrived at Rabbit Rescue with ear mites and dental malocclusions - that is to say, his teeth were out of alignment and he was unable to eat. For anyone that has dealt with a bunny with bad teeth - the dental bills can be very expensive! Please consider pitching in $10 to help get Landon's teeth fixed! Just use the Donate button...
2015-01-06: This vulnerable, tiny litter of kits was in danger of freezing at a shelter where they had to be kept outside in the winter cold snap. They are now safe at Rabbit Rescue with their mom. But they will all need special care for the next few months, and then everyone will need to be spayed/neutered. We will need additional funds to care for these tiny babies until they're ready for homes. Can you give us a $10, $25 or $50 donation to help?
So far this month Rabbit Rescue has saved 27 rabbits!
So far this month we have found homes for 19 rabbits!
Our heartfelt thanks to all of you who have helped by donating time or money, or by adopting a beautiful long eared friend into your life!
2015-01-06: Petunia and Zoey, a delightful bonded pair, have been adopted! This one has certainly been a long time coming - they arrived at Rabbit Rescue last March. But they finally got their forever home with a couple that appreciated them for all they were. They love them both dearly and we couldn't be happier they finally got a family all to themselves.
2015-01-01: 2014 Results for Rabbit Rescue
We're pleased to announce that our total adoptions for 2014 was 155 rabbits! That's one rabbit adopted every 2.35 days, or 3 rabbits every week!
We also expanded our reach to northern California with a PetCo rabbit in San Francisco, from which 10 bunnies were adopted.
Thank you for all your support throughout the year, and we look forward to another great year of saving bunnies in 2015! Happy New Year!
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She loves to be petted, especially down the sides of her face from the tip of her nose back behind her ears. She also loves to give bunny kisses, if you get on the floor at her level and rub your nose back and forth on hers. She dose not like to be held, but will lay beside you as long as you pet her, but as soon as you stop, she is off. She knows her name, what treats means and what you mean when you shake your finger at her and say no no if she is doing something you do not want her to do. She loves to run and binky, and you will get a lot of pleasure watching her.
PetCo Foundation has made a generous grant to Rabbit Rescue to pay for badly needed building repairs for our adoption center. These repairs will provide a safer, healthier environment for both bunnies and volunteers.
Many thanks, PetCo!
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