Rescues and Shelters Outside US
Click shelter/rescue name for direct link respective webpages and images to go straight to their rabbit adoption pages!
I always wanted to help make the world a better place for animals. I worked as an earth scientist in the field of environment for most of my career. Over time I began to feel I wanted more hands on experience, so we bought a house out in the countryside and started our sanctuary in 2010. Rabbits are the most abandoned animal in the UK. There is not enough space at shelters and many have more than 100 on the waiting list at foster homes waiting to be adopted. So many people treat rabbits as throw-away objects.
Little PAWS Rescue Perth
Little PAWS Rescue Perth was founded by Christian Martin and Renae Powell in December 2012 with the overall aim to rescue unwanted, lost or abandoned animals and wildlife, provide them with shelter through fostering and the companies own facilities, as well as provide veterinary care, until they can be rehomed or released.
The Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary is an all-volunteer, non-profit rabbit sanctuary. Our mission is to provide sanctuary for bunnies and other small animals that have been abused, neglected, or abandoned. We provide housing, food, neutering/spaying, medical attention plus tons of unlimited, unconditional love.
We are located at 14320 Parkway, Old Highway 97, Oyama, British Columbia, Canada V4V 2G6
Dedicated to helping former pet rabbits abandoned in Richmond, BC receive medical care and find shelter.
All over Richmond, BC hundreds of pet rabbits have been abandoned to fend for themselves on the streets and in the parks. Many of them end up hungry, cold, injured and even dead. Living on the street is a hard life for a rabbit that was a pet, and has no idea how to fend for itself in the wild. Your help is needed to provide medical care and shelter for these rabbits so they do not have to suffer alone and abandoned. These bunnies need somebunny to love them!
We care for, rehome and provide a retirement home for abandoned, neglected and death row small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and rats and rehabilitate wild hedgehogs. Our hedgehoggery is always full and we release them when they are ready to go back to the wild.