About House Rabbit Society
- To rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them and
- To educate the public and assist humane societies, through publications on rabbit care, phone consultation, and classes upon request.
We operate an adoption and education center in Richmond, California. We are a member of the National Federation of Humane Societies.
What is House Rabbit Society’s Philosophy?
House Rabbit Society believes that ALL rabbits are valuable as individuals, regardless of breed purity, temperament, state of health, or relationship to humans. The welfare of all rabbits is our primary consideration.
It is in the best interest of domestic rabbits to be neutered/spayed, to live in human housing where supervision and protection are provided, and to be treated for illnesses by veterinarians.
Domestic rabbits are companion animals and should be afforded at least the same individual rights, level of care, and opportunity for longevity as commonly afforded to dogs and cats who live as human companions.
The complete text of the House Rabbit Society philosophy is available here.
How do I join House Rabbit Society?
To join House Rabbit Society, send $18 (non-USA residents send $25) to:
House Rabbit Society
Richmond, CA 94804
As an educational service, members of the House Rabbit Society receive the House Rabbit Journal when it is published, typically 2 or 3 times a year. To find out more about membership, to see when your membership expires, or to change your address in our records, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What information can I find on House Rabbit Society’s website?
The website contains numerous articles pertaining to nearly every aspect of rabbit care, behavior and health, along with back issues of the House Rabbit Journal and links to House Rabbit Society chapters (on our home page).
House Rabbit Society has a monthly email newsletter that you can subscribe through the signup on our home page.