Eastern US Rescues and Shelters
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Wonderland Rabbit Rescue is a Rescue for abandoned, rescued and rabbits and small pocket DOMESTIC animals who need a new home due to different family situations that do not allow the animal to stay in its home. All rabbits adopted out of Wonderland will be spayed or neutered and will be rehabilitated to be house rabbits only.
Wonderland Rabbit Rescue
BunnyPeople is a non-profit 501c3 all volunteer rabbit organization we have been organized since 1992 to improve the plight of abandoned and abused domestic rabbits. What we do: Our program to educate the public on responsible ownership includes guidelines on choosing a rabbit, understanding the care it will require and proper housing as an indoor pet. We supply at no charge, rabbit care packets to shelters, veterinarians, and pet stores for their clients. We also provide information by phone, newsletters, seminars, school programs and community events as a way to bring awareness to our presence in the community and existing rabbit owners, as well as to anyone deciding if a rabbit is the right pet for them. Much of our public education focuses on Easter time, because so many bunnies are acquired on impulse and end up unwanted or abandoned. Our goal is to change the perception that a rabbit is a cheap, throw away commodity. We promote spaying and neutering not only for population control but for better health and longevity of each animal. We maintain a list of recommended veterinarians in our area who are competent in rabbit care and experienced in the specialty of rabbit spaying and neutering.
P.O. Box 61475
The mission of Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is to establish and operate a Center for rescued abandoned pet rabbits, offer a robust adoption program, and provide educational resources and programming on the proper care of rabbits as indoor companions.
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue envisions a community where all pet rabbits live indoors as companions and have access to a proper diet, habitat, and regular veterinary care for the duration of their life. Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of house rabbits, as well educating the general public about the joys and responsibilities of having a rabbit in the home.
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue, Inc
611 Overbrook Drive
Columbus, OH 43214
Friends of Willow is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Friends of Willow is dedicated to providing rescue, shelter, medical care, and spay/neuter services for abandoned, abused, or neglected rabbits in Southern Maine. The mission of Friends of Willow is to (1) place all of these rabbits into permanent and loving, safe indoor homes and to (2) educate the public regarding companion rabbit care, the benefits of adopting, and the importance of spaying and neutering.
Friends of Willow
P.O. Box 11424
Portland, Me 04104
Sivan's Rabbit Rescue South Florida
Sivan's Rabbit Rescue is a non-profit organization that rescues abandoned/neglected rabbits. All of our bunnies are provided with medical attention (including spay/neuter), socialized, and litter box trained. We are committed to a world where "everybunny" gets to have a loving home. We enhance house rabbits' quality of life by rehoming/rehabilitating them, as well as providing extensive education on how to care for house rabbits.
We currently focus on the tri-county areas of South Florida, but we will rescue bunnies anywhere in the state of Florida. We provide free transport ANYWHERE in the U.S.
1035 Gateway Blvd. Suite 201-119
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
Founded in 1955, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC) is an open admission shelter. We accept all animals regardless of health, age, temperament or breed. Over the years more than 100,000 animals have received care through HSTC's programs and services. HSTC is pleased to announce that we have received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
By sponsoring a HSTC program, attending our events, or contributing through our direct mail campaigns or publications, you continue to help us provide quality medical care, food and shelter, adoption and spay neuter programs, humane education and other important services for the animals and community. Thanks to the generous support of people like you, we are able to expand and grow these vital services. Our staff and volunteers encourage compassion for all life on our planet.
100 SW Leighton Farm Ave.,
Palm City, Florida 34990
Phone (772) 223-8822
We are a family run rescue - family includes our supporters! Without your help this would not be possible. Thank you for helping us to re-home neglected, abused and unwanted pets ♥
A rescued pet should only have to be rescued once!
My Hope's In You Small Animal Rescue, Inc.
P.O. Box 248
LaGrangeville, NY 12540
Phone: (845) 527-8033
(please no soliciting)
3 Bunnies is an all volunteer rabbit rescue dedicated to helping rabbits in need and educating the public on rabbit care & issues.
To rescue abused, abandoned & unwanted rabbits. Provide medical, rehab, spay/neuter and loving care via foster homes. Adopt rabbits to qualified indoor homes.
Educate other organizations & the public on rabbit care/rabbit issues
Provide veterinary referrals.
1077 Silas Deane Hwy PMB 286
Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109
Phone (413) 427-7345
Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary provides a safe haven to abandoned, abused, and neglected domestic rabbits with the goal of adopting them out to loving homes. Those rabbits who are not eligible for adoption, due to either health or temperament, live out their lives peacefully at the sanctuary. We also strive to educate the public regarding the joys of having a house rabbit, rabbit behavior and health, as well as the importance of proper diet and care.
Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary
P.O. Box 7
Whittaker, MI 48190
Rescuing and providing care for abused, neglected and abandoned rabbits. Providing support to the rabbit community through outreach and education. Helping people with the care of their rabbits through grooming, boarding, medical respite and bonding.
P O Box 8003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Phone 412-953-1770 or 412-580-6068
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Rabbit and Small Animal Rescue
Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue is a small no-kill volunteer rescue group that provides shelter and care for homeless, abandoned, abused and neglected pets that could no longer remain with their previous owners.
Our main locations are in the following general areas:
Newburgh and Cherryhill, Westland, MI
Oak Park, MI
Luv-N-Bunns Rabbit Rescue has been caring for abandoned, abused, and unwanted domestic rabbits (and occasionally cats) for 15 years. Luv-N-Bunns is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), all-volunteer domestic rabbit rescue organization, housing more than 100 rabbits at our locations at any one time.
Over the years, we have placed over 3000 rabbits with caring, adoptive parents — over 200 rabbits in 2008 alone. To adopt a needy rabbit, please download our Adoption Application Form (a .DOC file), and then contact us!
Luv-N-Bunns Rabbit Rescue
Delaware County, Pennsylvania
P.O. Box 16
Broomall, PA 19008
Gainesville Rabbit Rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1998 by 2 University of Florida students. GRR’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and adopt out rabbits to loving homes, as well as educate current and potential rabbit owners. GRR does not turn away any rabbit regardless of disability, illness, age, or temperament. Rescued rabbits are nursed back to optimum health and spayed/neutered before being placed up for adoption. The organization’s main goal is to see that the right rabbit is placed with the right family, so GRR screens all adoptive families to ensure the rabbit is placed in a secure and loving home.
Kathy Finelli, Director of Gainesville Rabbit Rescue
Daytona Beach Chapter
Phone Number: 386.756.7739
F5RS (Frisky Ferrets, Fuzzies, & Feathered Friends Rescue & Sanctuary),a 501c3 organization, is dedicated to the practice and promotion of the idea that life is guaranteed to all healthy, sick, injured, or behaviorally unsound animals where medical and/or behavioral intervention can provide quality of life. At our facility, each animal receives individual consideration, regardless of health, age, prior abuse or trauma, or feral status. We provide care and treatment for all animals as needed, including veterinary care, appropriate nutrition, exercise, clicker training, and socialization with people and other animals.
11836 South Ave #19
North Lima, Ohio 44452
We are a new small rabbit rescue located in central CT. Adoptable bunnies will be posted here in a photo album for now until our web page/petfinder account is ready. Adoption fee for single bunnies is 60.00 for a bonded pair it's 100.00. ALL bunnies will be spayed and neutered before they are available for adoption. You can foster a bunny in your home that is not spayed/neutered already providing you do not have other unaltered bunnies in your home. ALL bunnies will go to good indoor homes only!
Phone (860) 830-9630
Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue is a new rescue started in 2014. We have big plans and a wonderful team ready to start helping the rabbits in our community!
We are a not-for-profit organization, funded and staffed by volunteers. Our primary purpose is to:
* Rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home homeless and unwanted guinea pigs and rabbits.
* Educate the public on general and proper care of these animals, and offer general support through literature and counseling.
We are also available for the occasional ferret, hamster, rat, or gerbil. We have no actual shelter facility, and house our animals in various INDOOR-ONLY foster homes throughout Florida. We often have volunteers and foster homes in various locations such as St. Petersburg, Tampa, Sarasota, and Port Charlotte.
Phone (941) 284-7317
Judge's Park is a very small rescue, founded in 2005, helping as many animals as I can. Since 2005, we have found homes for over 500 small animals! Currently, I am working out of my home, but hopefully will someday move to a bigger facility and start adopting out dogs, cats, horses, and other assorted animals!
The shelter is named after my soulhorse, a horse who inspired me to do what I do, and who died before we had nearly enough time together. This is for you Judge...
We are currently located in Edinburg, PA close to New Castle, Youngstown, and within an hour and a half of Cleveland and an hour from Pittsburgh. Appointments must be made.
Edinburg, PA 16116
The Hop-A-Long Hollow is a licensed 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization incorporated in 2004. In the last two years we have placed over 150 rabbits and small animals in new homes and safe foster care.We work with many animal rescue organizations to get specific animals the most knowledgeable care possible. Our goal is to help “re-home” abandoned and neglected animals into “forever homes”. We aim to give all our animals a second
chance at life. All the rabbits that come into the shelter receive immediate medical attention if necessary and are spayed or neutered before adoption.
In addition to our rescue efforts we also help educate on proper care for small animals (particularly rabbits) to create long-lasting, positive relationships between pet and owner. We provide education for any adopting “parents”, as well as through events at pet stores, local zoo and various area schools.
Our overall goal is to create a better living environment for all rabbits.
Pres. Linda Thibault 203-247-4661
V.P. Brandee LaCava 203-767-1150
Alison Toronto 203-260-8617
Furr, Feathers and Scales