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I found a rabbit. What do I do?

Step 1: We are always at capacity, but please fill out our "Found Bunny" form to add him/her to our waiting list. 
HERE to fill out our form.

Please let us know in the notes if you are able to donate towards their medical bills. Spaying and neutering tremendously helps since we are a non-profit and run off donations. 

Step 2: Catch the bunny. Getting the rabbit safely inside is very important. It can be tricky as they are very fast, so please look at our infographs below for help.


Step 3: Now that you have the bunny safely contained, please watch our bunny 101 class below. If you need financial assistance, we can provide hay and pellets while waiting for placement. 

Now you know how to take care of a bunny! Congrats! Thank you for taking the time to learn.

Optional step: You can help find the rabbit a safe indoor home. 


 Rehoming a rabbit safely can be difficult. Please ask potential adopters for photos of their bunny set up to ensure they will be housed inside with proper housing. Send them our bunny YouTube video if they are beginners and want to learn.


We highly recommend spaying and neutering. Over 80% of females get reproductive cancer. Altering males and females allow them to have a companion without those crazy hormones. It improves litter box habits, so they aren't marking their territory and ensures they won't go to a home from breeding purposes (meat, show, pets). An exotic vet will spay and neuter rabbits. Please check out our FAQ page for recommended doctors and prices.  

We are here to help if you have any questions! Thank you for helping protect these innocent animals and be their voice!

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