We have approximately 35 adoptable rabbits on site and many more in foster homes waiting to find their forever homes. If you’re interested in a particular rabbit, call ahead to be sure he or she is still available. Drop by Tuesday through Sunday from 12-5 to meet our resident rabbits. Appointments are needed to meet fostered rabbits. Our adoption fees are $70 for a single and $100 for a pair. All...
The Hop Shop at House Rabbit Society is open for your shopping convenience every day except Monday, noon to 5 pm. We stock a full selection of rabbit necessities, toys, treats, and food, in addition to educational materials and rabbit-themed gifts for humans.
We are happy to answer your questions about supplies, and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that all the money you spend here goes to support...
While you’re away on vacation, your bunnies can receive expert, loving care in safe, fun surroundings.
We can accommodate singles, pairs, groups, and special-needs rabbits. Rabbits are housed in roomy 4′x4′ exercise pens.
Included in the boarding fee, we provide:
pellets – Oxbow Adult Rabbit, or...
Hate doing those nail trims? Bring your bunny to us.
The Rabbit Center provides a wide range of grooming services performed by compassionate, experienced staff at competitive rates. Call us at 510-970-7575 to arrange an appointment.
Nail trim $10
Anal gland cleaning $15
Ear cleaning $15
Bottom cleaning, brushing, mat removal $5-25
We need a lot of help taking care of the 35+ rabbits housed at the Rabbit Center. Volunteers get to help with, and learn about, all aspects of rabbit care and shelter management through hands-on learning at the international headquarters for House Rabbit Society. Volunteers enjoy time with our 35+ rabbits learning about: rabbit behavior and communication, bonding rabbits, basic and intermediate...
House Rabbit Society is a national, nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Richmond, California. Our mission has two parts:
Through our fostering program, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them.
Through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits — and to improve bunnies’ lives — by helping people better understand these often...