Rescues and Shelters
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CatNap from the Heart is a limited-access shelter and adoption facility for cats, birds and small mammals. We do not euthanize for cage space, and there is no time limit for any animal.
Bunny Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that rescues rabbits and educates the public on rabbit care and behavior.
The House Rabbit Society of Chicago is an all volunteer non profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation and domesticated house rabbits in need.
We are a chapter of the National House Rabbit Society and the only one in the state of Illinois. We aim to not only aid in the care of neglected rabbits and facilitate adoption into caring homes, but to educate the public on the proper care and the needs of house rabbits in the hopes of decreasing the number of unwanted and abandoned buns.
Fur Angels Animal Sanctuary established in late 2004 by Amber Kay. Fur Angels is a rescue without a physical shelter. The rescue does not believe in putting animals in a shelter type of environment (left in crates with only few hours of freedom and exercise a day) like most shelters out there. The rescue uses foster homes, homes of everyday people like you, in order to provide the animals rescued the best kind of environment to grow in and develop social skills. This also enables the foster home to communicate with the rescue any problems that may have been unknown until then.
American Animal Rescue Society's mission is to rescue and place unwanted, abandoned, and stray animals into loving, responsible homes. To rehabilitate abused or injured animals. To encourage spaying and neutering to help with the overpopulation issue. To promote the humane treatment of ALL animals.
The Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society is a volunteer, donation supported, non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about rabbits as companion animals and assisting homeless rabbits with finding their new life long forever home. We have been around for over 10 years serving Minnesota and the surrounding area. Our rabbits are housed in private foster homes and at participating Petco stores around the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area. We work with area shelters, animal control agencies and other rescues to help homeless rabbits find their forever homes. All adoptions go through a pre-approval process and require newcomers to attend our Bunny Basics class. Other activities we offer are “Hoppy Hour” and Rabbit Agility classes.
MHRR is a group of volunteers and foster homes in and around the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area. We take in rabbits from other shelters or animal control agencies, strays, dumps at pet stores or vet clinics, or individuals/families who can no longer care for their pets. We also visit classrooms and scout meetings to teach little ones about rabbit care. MHRR enjoys bringing our adoptable rabbits to the LSU Vet School Open House, BREC Bluebonnet Swamp, Pet Fest, Bow-Wow-Ween, and other local events. We strive to be of service to our community by offering boarding, nail trims, and answering husbandry and behavior questions to all rabbit owners.
Since 2004, we have saved and re-homed over 700 rabbits and small animals! We are a 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax deductible.
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.
We are a Seattle-area house rabbit rescue and we have lots of great bunnies for adoption. We also focus on special-needs house rabbits, and our goal is to become a resource for special-needs bunny owners.
Enjoy our latest news & updates right here on our home page. Use the navigation on the left to dive into detailed information about our shelter, our bunnies, advice, resources, and much much more!
Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue was founded in 1993 by Alexandra Logsdon who was joined by her husband, Patrick, in 1996. We are a local, non profit, no-kill rabbit welfare organization based in San Gabriel, California. Our mission is threefold: to rescue, treat, spay/neuter and place as house pets, rabbits that have been abused, neglected, injured or dumped; to educate the public on rabbit health care and needs; to stop the irresponsible breeding and selling of rabbits. We are sustained by your donations and by the helpful hands, pocket books and wallets of our growing number of volunteers.
Bunny World Foundation is a NON-PROFIT 501(c) 3 animal welfare organization based in Los Angeles dedicated to combatting animal cruelty, illegal animal sales, through rescue efforts, public education, investigations, legislation, special events and media.
Established on August 22, 2008, Bunny World Foundation Inc. (BWF) is a NON-PROFIT 501(c) 3 animal welfare organization based in Los Angeles dedicated to combatting animal cruelty, illegal animal sales, exploitation and neglect of all animals, through rescue efforts, public education, research, investigations, legislation, special events, and media attention.
The Sweetpea Foundation is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) private foundation that rescues abandoned domestic rabbits and those facing euthanasia at high-kill animal shelters located primarily in the Los Angeles and Orange County, CA areas. We make every effort to ensure the rabbits are rescued from these local county and city shelters so they won't be destroyed.
We care for and foster abandoned, neglected, abused, ill and injured domestic rabbits in a loving, stable, clean environment and provide quality nutrition and the necessary veterinary exams and medical care before an acceptable home can be found.
To help abandoned domestic rabbits by promoting spay and neuter, providing education on their care, volunteering in shelters and humane societies, and by fostering and rehabilitating rescued rabbits until such time as suitable permanent homes can be found.
We envision a day when public animal shelters in the County of Los Angeles are fully staffed with volunteers knowledgeable about house rabbits. Our volunteers will provide potential adopters with the information they need to make the best choice. With the added benefit of our off-site mobile adoptions, adoption rates will improve and return rates will decrease.
In addition, we hope to establish a spay/neuter fund for low-income families to help address the domestic rabbit overpopulation problem in the Los Angeles area
Red Door Animal Shelter is a no-kill shelter committed to helping animals in need. Its primary focus is on the rescue, shelter and adoption of cats, dogs and rabbits—the three most popular pets in the United States.
Red Door provides a cageless environment for its animals, giving them the closest-to-a-home experience that a shelter can provide. While our emphasis is on re-homing the animals through resourceful adoption programs, the shelter does offer permanent residence for those few animals not placed in homes.
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.