Every day we receive requests regarding bunnies looking for new homes. Since we are an animal therapy ministry and not a rescue, we are not equipped to handle these situations.
Please consider the following before re-homing- bunnies that are not spayed or neutered tend to have more undesirable behaviors such as aggression and poor litter box habits. Your bunny will likely be a much better pet after this procedure, for you or for the next family who adopts them.
If you have a bunny that is already spayed/neutered (with vet documentation), is 4 years old or less, and is easily handled/picked up with no history of biting, we may consider adoption if there is an opening in our program. Please forward us pictures and as much information as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wishing to adopt a bunny?
We have adopted 3 of our bunnies from Carolina Waterfowl Rescue (CWR). CWR does wonderful work to find great homes for the domestic bunnies they rescue. They provide excellent care for these bunnies before adopting them out. You can find them on Facebook and their website links below.
Always consider adopting through a reputable rescue! Your new pet will have already been examined by a vet and spayed/neutered. They may also be microchipped and vaccinated, all at a fraction of the cost to you!
You may also want to consider fostering a bunny if permitted to see if it’s the right fit for your family.
Another great resource when considering bunny adoption is Triangle Rabbits (link to their website below).