We work with rabbit rescuers, fosters, and those who work or volunteer in shelters.
Like you, we are committed to ending the suffering, abuse, and exploitation of rabbits. We are not associated with any specific rabbit rescue organization. Rather, we are an independent group working to help any and all existing rabbit rescue organizations.
We believe and promote that donating to your local rabbit rescue group is the best way to support rabbit rescue.
Over time, we hope to provide a broad array of materials for you to educate your adopters and the public in general. We also want to support you in creating, growing, and managing your rescue program. We've begun our efforts by creating an open and inclusive online community we call EVERYBUNNY.
Working with Rabbit.org Foundation
One of our goals is to connect potential adopters, donors, and volunteers with local rabbit rescues. We are not a rabbit rescue organization - we're not in competition with you.
We're here to highlight the fantastic rescue and adoption work that you and hundreds of other local rescues and shelters are doing worldwide. We appreciate your input and feedback on the best ways we can support you and your work.
Below are a few simple ways you can work with us to get your rescue in front of more local people.
Get Listed: Adding or Updating Your Rescue's Info
We have designed maps that link to WabbitWiki's state-by-state rabbit resource pages.
What is WabbitWiki? It is a free and open online encyclopedia of rabbit information. Just like Wikipedia, it is maintained by real people like you and me. Check below to be sure your organization is listed in the WabbitWiki local resource pages that Rabbit.org Foundation links to throughout our site.
If you don't see your group listed, or if your information is out-of-date, email email@example.com, and we'll help you to get your information added or corrected.