Many people want to visit our shelter to browse our shelter rabbits who are available for adoption. Unfortunately, due to House Rabbit Resource Network being entirely run by volunteers, we don’t have the staffing-power to allow for walk-ins. There is also the safety concern with the RHDV rabbit virus. HRRN has strict safety procedures that include foot coverings for anyone who visits the shelter.
This is why we ask that even if you are unsure about adopting a rabbit at this time to please fill our out our online adoption application so that our Adoption Coordinator can schedule a time for you to come visit the shelter and meet all the shelter bunnies. There is never any pressure to adopt. We want you to be 110% sure you’re ready for a rabbit before you adopt one, that works out best for the person and rabbit!
In the meantime, the below list is pulled from Petfinder, and that list updates directly from our shelter system, so it is updated every few days and is very accurate. Some prefer to just view all of our adoptable rabbits directly on Petfinder, and you can do so here.
You can search here for rabbits that are currently adoptable. Click on the rabbit’s name, photo or ‘[Read more]’ for more information.
= Requires Special Needs
= Current on Vaccinations (Pasturella)
= Female = Male
English Spot (Large, Young)
I must say… this bunny is a total sweetheart! He's still very young and has baby qualities He LOVES pets… [Read more]