Please note **We are not associated with the SPCA or any other rescue**
SPCA CRUELTY LINE
If you see ANY domesticated animal in danger, please call this phone number and give them as much information as you can.
THESE ARE THE PEOPLE MANDATED BY THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ONLY PEOPLE WITH THE LEGAL AUTHORITY TO HELP SAVE THESE ANIMALS.
Please do NOT call the SPCA shelter as they are a different part of the organization and are unable to help.
Library of Articles
RABBIT.ORG is a great resource for "All things Rabbit". Some of the articles listed below are from RABBIT.ORG and others were written by our volunteers and members.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to EMAIL us.
Before You Adopt
Some things you should read before adopting
Some of the basic things you need to know about rabbits
There is a real balance needed to keep your rabbit safe and happy and protecting your belongings. Here you will find information about what will make your rabbit have the most enriched life.
What is your bunny doing? And WHY?? Here you will find some of the answers to your questions.
Nutrition and Diet
Nutrition and diet are VERY important in having a healthy, happy house rabbit. Here we have information on what is and isn't safe to feed your rabbit as well as how to help your bun learn to eat more hay (all of the hay!!)
You and your rabbit
Rabbits have a language all their own and if you get to know the behaviors, you will learn what it is your rabbit is trying to communicate to you about what they like, what they don't and what it means to them when they do different things.
Bunny Bonding Information
Most rabbit like to have a bunny friend. Their friend (once properly bonded) will enrich your bunny's life with companionship. Bonding is not for the feint of heart though, because rabbits are very territorial and may (shockingly) fight until one of them (or you if you get your hand in the way) is injured.
Check out the information we have about bonding now!
Rabbits are very awesome and confusing animals. Check out some of the most common behavioral items that come up when having a house rabbit.
These are articles that focus on the health and medical needs of your house rabbit.
Here you will find articles and information that may not quite fit in the other sections but still contain some really interesting and useful information.