Please honor your pet throughout their lifetime. Do not adopt a pet if you consider them disposable.

- puffytails, Instagram

 
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ROSE

Female, 11months old

Rose is a Harlequin American-Rex mix (with normal fur). She and her sisters were being kept in harsh conditions by a meet breeder, but they're friendly and ready to live the spoiled house bunny life!

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SENECA

Female, 1 year old

Seneca is a friendly white and gray rabbit who came to us as a baby from the local colony. She, her parents, siblings, and cousins have all been amazing rabbits, and she’s looking for a new home for no fault of her own.

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OLLIE

Male, 6.5 years old

Ollie is a neutered Mini rex whose brother just passed. He's very lonely without a partner. We'd like to find him a new friend if you have (or want) another single bun needing a companion!

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RINGO STARR

Male, 3 years old

Ringo Starr is a real sweetheart, so friendly and forever wanting attention. He just turned 3, and would love nothing more than a forever home to help him celebrate!

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POPPY

Female, 5 years old

Poppy is a sweet bun who zooms and binkies like no one is watching, and flops with all the drama of a queen when she is content. She would prefer a family that lets her come to them, which she absolutely will because once she's chosen her people, she LOVES to be pet. 

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JOHNNY CASH AND JUNE

Male and female, 2 years old and 7 years old

Johnny Cash is a handsome neutered lionhead who is very curious and outgoing. His mate, June, is a beautiful blue (dark gray) mini Rex. She is very timid and reserved, and will need a gentle hand as she adjusts to her new home. And of course, Johnny by her side!

 

HOW TO ADOPT

Rabbits are fascinating creatures who deserve forever homes where they're safe and loved. Many come to us from horrible situations, some have been bounced around from auction to auction, and others have been dumped by people who have decided they (or their children) are bored. We strive to find them the stable indoor homes they've been denied.

Adoption requirements:

  • Our rabbits are family pets only. Not for breeding, culling, bait, etc.

  • We adopt our bunnies into INDOOR HOMES ONLY. Supervised outdoor playtime is fine if your bunny enjoys it.

  • No hutches or small cages. Bunnies need room to stretch out, explore, and entertain you with their aerobatic binky-ing skills. We can provide info on how to create the perfect rabbit set up. The correct setup is surprisingly inexpensive, costing less than hutches and cages.

  • The primary caregiver MUST be a responsible adult. 

  • With proper care, house rabbits can live 7-10 years. We expect adopters to make that lifelong commitment to their rabbit(s).

  • Adoption fees for spayed/neutered rabbits can vary based on a rabbit's individual situation. 

  • For an unaltered rabbit, we require a deposit of half the cost of their future spay or neuter, which we will then apply to your vet bill the day of your surgery. Our adoption contract requires the bun be spayed/neutered within six months. This is for their health and your peace of mind. Many inexperienced owners dump, abandon, or neglect their rabbits because of hormone-driven behaviors that resolve with a simple spay or neuter.

  • Should you not be able to keep your rabbit, we require that the bunny be returned to MCRRR. No rehoming or giving your rabbit away is allowed without our consent and screening process.


Process:

We go over the requirements and your rabbit experience, ask for pictures of your set up so that we can help redirect anything that isn't workable, do a meet and greet with you and the rabbit (and with any potential rabbit partner, who will need to have proof of spay/neuter if ours is not yet altered), and go over any rabbit care questions you may have. Because of Covid, we're not able to do home visits. Meet and greets are outdoors.

Click the Learn More button on the rabbit in whom you're interested to apply. Or, email us for more information.

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Unable to adopt or foster? Consider sponsoring a bunny!

Sponsored donations go toward that individual rabbit's vet exams, any needed medication, and their spay/neuter. Currently, a neuter (males) costs $150, and a spay (females) costs $177. A vet exam that includes the very important back teeth check is $60. 

Click on the "Learn More" button for more information and to sponsor that individual rabbit, or make a general donation here.