Rabbit Rescue, Housing & Management

Saving the lives of abandoned & feral rabbits


About Us

Learn more about Rabbitats Rabbit Rescue and our mission to safely house the large (and ever expanding) feral rabbit population in a sustainable and affordable way.



The most valuable thing you can donate is your time. Their are many ways you can help out: from daily cleaning & feedings, to transportation, event planning, fundraising, and promoting.



Please consider adopting or fostering one of our well deserving (and cute) bunnies, and give them the loving home they have been dreaming of.



August 1, 2018 in Advocacy, Sick Bunny

Tigger Update 3

More latter, just wanted to let everybody know Tigger is doing well. He’s still at the Little Paws Animal Clinic being well taken care of by Dr. Adam and Diana….

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July 24, 2018 in Rescue, Sick Bunny

Tigger Update 2

Hi all, Tigger (or Oscar) is through the surgery and awake, so far, so good. Thanks so much to Adam, Joseph and Diana at Little Paws, it took up their…

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July 23, 2018 in Adopt

Winston & Cleo

Meet Winston (grey) & Cleo (brown lop) This funny couple is looking for a new foster home, or better yet, a furever home! Winston is a sweet playful boy, who…

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July 22, 2018 in Rescue

Tigger Update

Tigger, the broken leg bunny, is doing well with cage rest, he’s eating and moving around. The Little Paws Animal Clinic is closed tomorrow but the crew has volunteered to…

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July 22, 2018 in Advocacy, Donate, Rescue, Sick Bunny

Bunny Emergency

We have a bunny emergency. Somebody found an abandoned rabbit with a broken leg, they couldn’t find anywhere to take the poor thing (the agencies supposedly mandated to do this…

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June 21, 2018 in News

Advocacy in Richmond

Here’s the internet version of the Richmond News story. Please drop a line to the paper and let them know you appreciate the coverage and write to the Richmond Mayor…

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