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.