We are a non-profit 501c (3) no-kill rabbit shelter staffed and run entirely by volunteers. Our goals include the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of abandoned rabbits, as well as public education regarding proper rabbit care and the importance of spay/neuter in battling the escalating overpopulation problem. We rely on public donations and monies made by our on-line store, RabbitShop.com.
Come and visit our bunnies 9am - 2pm Tuesdays Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays at 7640 Rosecrans Avenue, in Paramount CA. See who's available for adoption
Meet Rocky! This little guy stole our hearts from the moment he started shaking his cage door at San Jose shelter, wanting to get out! He has a heart of gold, he'll flop down next to you and lay there for hours for pets. And he loves his bear!
But Rocky has a respiratory infection. He's been on antibiotics for 6 weeks already, and is starting another 3 week course. These meds and vet bills are mounting up! Can you help raise $300 to help Rocky get well so he can get a forever home?
So far this month Rabbit Rescue has saved 7 rabbits!
So far this month we have found homes for 9 rabbits!
Our heartfelt thanks to all of you who have helped by donating time or money, or by adopting a beautiful long eared friend into your life!
We are so excited! Muralist Tracey Moloney is creating a custom mural for the play yard exterior wall of our shelter facility! Here's Tracey painting our wall. We're expecting this process to take about 3 days.
2016-05-09: THANK YOU to everyone who donated to save the East Valley Shelter litter of babies in late April/ early May! These beautiful little babies are now safe and sound at Rabbit Rescue!
Get more news on Rabbit Rescue's Facebook page.
Layla came to us from a high kill shelter where her time was about to be up. It seems she must have had a rough life before she even got to the pound, she was terrified of anyone trying to pet her or even approach her, poor girl must've been so scared in a strange place with dogs constantly barking. She was brought to safety by Rabbit Rescue and initially she was still pretty shy, not trying to interact with anyone or showing any interest. Slowly but surely she started coming out of her shell and started approaching the volunteers without so much fear, she's so resilient! We can only expect this sweet girl to get better and better, she just needs a safe place to be.
Ears up for Shashin Photography who have generously donated many photos used on this web site! Get your family or pet photographed at Shashin Photography - part of the proceeds will benefit Rabbit Rescue!
Get your fix of the best rabbit-themed gifts, and benefit a good cause at the same time. Visit our online store, RabbitShop.com.