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NOTE: Our website has changed. Please visit rabbit.org for our new website.

National House Rabbit Society licenses local chapters to educate and rescue throughout the United States, Canada, and now Europe. A chapter is tax-exempt corporation with similar purposes, philosophy and policies as House Rabbit Society, licensed by HRS to use its name and materials. It operates fostering and education programs that follow HRS guidelines. All House Rabbit Societies must apply to be a chapter, must agree with the HRS Philosophy, must follow HRS standards of care, and must sign a Chapter Pledge with us in order to receive their annual license.

We also have educators and fosterers working in states and countries without a chapter, so also check out our list of local contacts in the US, Canada, and around the world. If you don't see a local contact, try our list of House Rabbit Society Allies, our list of independent rescue groups, or our info on starting your own local chapter.

Official HRS Chapter Web Sites

Alabama
California
Richmond (National HRS Rabbit Center)
Sacramento
San Diego
Stockton/Central Valley
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Miami
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Maryland
Western Massachusetts
Western Michigan
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Louis
Las Vegas, Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
New York City
Upstate New York
Ohio
Buckeye HRS
Columbus
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin

International


Local chapters are not supported financially by the national House Rabbit Society, so we encourage you to support your local chapter directly. What is the relationship of House Rabbit Society and our chapters?

National House Rabbit Society DOES: issue an annual license to use our materials; provide educational support and networking within HRS; provide insurance; provide national publicity; offer grants; provide membership lists to chapters collecting national membership and share a percentage of that fee; provide in-service training

National DOES NOT get involved with or resolve issues or problems within or between chapters or handle personal issues, complaints or grievances.

Don't see a local web site for your area? Check out our list of local contacts in the US and Canada, our list of House Rabbit Society Allies, or our list of independent rescue groups, or our info on starting your own local chapter.




House Rabbit Society is a non-profit rescue and education group.
We welcome your feedback and appreciate your donations. Please join today!