Rabbit rescue and Rehab is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization whose primary
goals are to:

• Rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent indoor homes for them.

• Educate the public and assist humane societies through publications on rabbit care, phone consulation, and educational sessions upon request

Volunteer Appreciation Day
Sunday, September 14, 3-8pm


Nine Reasons for Keeping Your Bunny Indoors

Ten Tips on Coping With Pet Loss

From a rabbit's point of view: how they see us

Video: See what it's like to live with a companion rabbit

Sources for Good Hay

Wild Rabbits' Nests

Articles on rabbit care and behavior. NYC Metro Rabbit Newsnow available online.

Help! My rabbit is sick and I can't reach my vet.

Love Letters from our Adopters

How to Take Care
of a Pet Rabbit

Learn how to take care of a pet rabbit from bunny lover Amy Sedaris and rabbit expert Mary E. Cotter, Ed.D., LVT, in these 49 Howcast videos.

Claire and her son Alex are a tightly bonded and loving pair. Both have creamy-soft fur and dark brown eyes, but you can easily tell them apart because Claire has a splattering of fawn-biege speckles running down her back. Both are spayed/neutered, and both are young — Alex is around 5 months old, and Claire is probably a year, if that. Both are extremely friendly and gentle, and enjoy being stroked and loved — especially right between the eyes — by humans. Claire is a bit more relaxed about handling than Alex, but both are ultimately cooperative. Alex and Claire are looking for a home where they can stay together and snuggle with each other for the rest of their lives.


Our current bi-monthly newsletter THUMP is available for pdf file download.