Rescue Resources

Where To Start

Finding a Home for an Unwanted Rabbit (rehoming)

By Paige K Parsons

Finding a new home for a rabbit (rehoming) is all about preparation and patience.

wild rabbit nest with healthy babies

Wild Baby Bunnies: Are They Orphaned?

By Margie Wilson

Wild baby bunnies are usually not orphaned. Despite good intentions, attempting to rehabilitate them can be illegal and harmful.

A domestic agouti-colored rabbit

Stray Rabbits

By Holly O'Meara

Is that stray bunny wild or domestic? Here are some guidelines.

Close-up of a rabbit's nose

Helping an Injured Rabbit

By Our Think Tank

What to do when you’ve found an injured rabbit.

Rabbit Rescue Groups

By Our Think Tank

Donating to your local rabbit rescue group is the best way to support rabbit rescue.

Feral and Abandoned Rabbits

Large numbers of abandoned domestic rabbits can be safely, securely and happily housed in indoor or outdoor ‘rabbitats’ built in conjunction with animal shelters, pet rescues, institutions, ‘green’ businesses or on private land under the care of responsible citizens. Check out the groundbreaking work being done in Canada by Rabbitats Rabbit Rescue.

Education

Supporting Rabbit Rescue

Donating to your local rabbit rescue group is the best way to support rabbit rescue. We encourage you to support local rescue groups in your region with both your time and your donations.

The map below links to WabbitWiki's state-by-state rabbit resource lists.

Rescue Groups - US

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