Did you know…
— Rabbits are not rodents; they are lagomorphs and should not be fed grains
— The main component of rabbits diet is timothy hay and they always should have access to it
— Rabbits drink water, so a constant supply of fresh water is essential
— Indoor House Rabbits live on average of 10 to 12 years – opting for a new member of the household is a long-term responsibility
— Rabbits need specialized care and must see a Certified Exotic Veterinarian; not every vet can properly diagnose a rabbit
— Rabbits are social animals and are happiest when they have a rabbit friend. For healthcare reasons all rabbits should be spayed or neutered
• $75.00 for a single rabbit
• $125.00 for a pair
Donations made above the adoption fees are tax-deductible and always appreciated. Our cost to neuter a male and vaccinate against RHVD2 is $145.00. Our cost to spay a female and vaccinate against RHVD2 is $185.00.
Adoption Fee Includes:
• Rabbit Spay/Neuter Surgery (before rabbit goes home) and vaccination against RHVD2. Read more about RHVD2 Here
• Educational Materials on how to care for the rabbit
Adoption Application Adoption Terms & Conditions
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