So. San Francisco/Peninsula Rabbit Foster Home

(Formerly House Rabbit Society-San Francisco/Peninsula Chapter)



*Special-Needs Bunnies*

Even if you can't adopt or foster a rabbit, you can help us rescue a rabbit in another way. Some of our rabbits here at the Burrow Inn are considered 'Special-Needs bunnies' and will require medical attention for the rest of their lives. These bunnies have proven time and time again that they want to be alive. Many times, these bunnies were placed on the euthanaisa list at the local shelter and rescued at the 11th hour because of that "special spark" in their personality that said..."I want to live". Although many are not available for adoption at this time, most of them do need medical sponsors to help the Burrow Inn pay for their care. They rely on people like you to help support them.

Again, if you love rabbits, but are not able to adopt or foster, sponsoring a rabbit is another compassionate and helpful way to save lives.



posted: May, 2009

Maggie saw Dr. Harvey on Friday, May 1, 2009 . We are happy to report that her eye infection has competely cleared up. She has finished her treatment for Coccidia. We brought a stool sample in and hopefully it will come back negitive. She has gained a little weight but were hoping for more improvement as the weeks go by. Dr. Harvey said that if the stool sample comes back negitive she can be spayed, YAY. After that we willl see about having her incisors removed.

Maggie Maggie


Repro - New Name Maggie

posted: Feb 2009

Hello there.  My name is Repro and I’m little black lop.  My story is a bit on the sad side.  I’m currently being held at the shelter  due to a confiscation that happened with my previous owner.  Not only was my previous owner evicted, they kept me in horrible conditions!  I am a little unspayed female who has a severe case of malocclusion .  This means that my teeth aren’t growing in straight and are severely overgrown, which also means I am not eating well.  The shelter where I am at does not have the medical staff to keep up with what I need which is constant dental adjustment.  So they decided that they were going to euthanize me as soon as my confiscation period was up.  Luckily, the good people at the Burrow Inn decided to take me in and now I'm in my forever home!





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Burrow Inn c/o House Rabbit Society
P.O. Box 31912
San Francisco, CA 94131
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