House Rabbit Society has started a Rescue Emergency Fund in order to help other rabbit rescue organizations. All donations coming in that specify "Rescue Emergency Fund" will go exclusively towards this fund. We will use those funds to make small, targeted grants to animal rescue organizations who are involved in a large rescue. Funds can be used to purchase cages, litterboxes, food, hay or toys, or can be used to fund spay/neuters and other veterinary care. We will keep our members informed via this webpage of how many dollars have been raised, and what rescue situations have been funded. To make a DONATION to this fund, be sure to include "Rescue Emergency Fund" in the description field of the online donation form (donations via snail mail are also gratefully accepted). Read more and find out which groups have benefited from these funds.
Shelters and Rescue Groups: To apply for a grant, please Click Here.
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Checks: Support HRS with checks featuring your rabbit's photo enter CA1 E10 House Rabbit Society, under "bunny buddies" in the drop down menu
Donate Your Vehicle!: Support HRS by donating your old car, boat, or plane!
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Raise Money for HRS while searching the Internet!
You have two choices: Goodsearch and Google! Go to either www.goodsearch.com and enter House Rabbit Society as your designated charity. Or instead, use Google search to do your searching. Each time you search, you'll be helping the bunnies.
Wild Bunnies May Not Need Your Help!
Wild rabbits only nurse for a few minutes at night, and moms vanish the rest of the day. If you've disturbed a nest, put the babies back and restore the fur/grass covering; the mother will move them over the next 48 hours. More info...
Read a Good Book Lately?
Hop on over to the rabbit reading room for reviews and recommendations.
In addition, access amazon.com through any of our links and 5% of the purchase price of anything you buy goes to HRS.
Founded in 1988, we are a nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing abandoned rabbits and educating the public about rabbit care. We are headquartered in Richmond, California and have over 120 licensed educators and fosterers and 30 local chapters across the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia. To date we have rescued and found adoptive homes for 20,000 rabbits. More Info
Looking for Breeding Information?
We believe domestic rabbits should live primarily indoors and be neutered or spayed. Overpopulation is big problem, and even breeding your rabbit a single time can have consequences. If you find yourself with an unexpected litter of rabbits, we do have some general information about newborn babies that may be of use.
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