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    Fun Rabbit Facts

    Think you know a thing or two about rabbits? Check out the following fun facts about rabbits. […]
  • About HRS

    Who We Are

    House Rabbit Society is an international, nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Richmond, California. Our mission has two parts: Through our fostering program, volunteers help rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them. [...]
  • Bunny Basics

    Living with a House Rabbit

    Perhaps you’ve just adopted your first rabbit, or maybe you already have a rabbit and would like more information to help you understand them better. […]

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  • By nature, rabbits choose one or a few places (usually corners) to deposit their urine and most of their poops. Here are some suggestions to help you to train your rabbit to use the litter box. […]
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    A rabbit’s diet should be made up of good quality pellets, fresh hay (timothy, other grass hays, or oat hay), water and fresh vegetables. Anything beyond that is a “treat” and should be given in limited quantities. […]

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Take part in an online house rabbit research study

We recently received an email with the link to a survey from Carol Tinga, PhD candidate at the Ontario Veterinary College. One of our board members completed the survey (thanks Paige!) which is companion rabbit centric and extensive. HRS encourages collecting quantitative survey data about companion rabbits. […]


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  • The House Rabbit Society believes that ALL rabbits are valuable as individuals, regardless of breed purity, temperament, state of health, [...]
  • Our licensed volunteers and small staff work on a wide variety of national and local programs that support our mission [...]
  • House Rabbit Society has educators in 37 US states plus the District of Columbia, 25 chapters in 19 states (and [...]