Rabbit Rescue, Housing & Management

Saving the lives of abandoned & feral rabbits

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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.

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Volunteer

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.

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Adopt

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

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

RESCUE STORIES / RECENT NEWS

October 20, 2018 in Rescue

Surprise baby!

You find the darndest things visiting Jericho Beach. This little guy was alone on a path, no family in sight. He wasn’t breathing and was cold as ice, but the…

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October 20, 2018 in Rescue, Sick Bunny

Trooper Update

Trooper sailed through the operation with flying colours and he’s with foster mom Rae recovering. (We’re still waiting for photos). He’s in great hands, Rae is a nurse. We can’t thank…

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October 19, 2018 in Uncategorized

Trooper now at Hospital

Trooper is at the Apex Animal Hospital about to undergo amputation surgery, thank you so much for your support. Wish him luck!

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October 18, 2018 in Rescue, Sick Bunny

RIP Lucky & Patience

Thanks so much to the Burrard Animal Hospital emergency staff for being so kind when we brought Lucky in last night. She was in heart failure and didn’t make it,…

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October 17, 2018 in Rescue, Sick Bunny

Trooper, broken leg bunny

Deanna took last night’s broken leg bunny (now named ‘Trooper’) to Apex today and the news isn’t good. He’s neutered so he’s probably a recent dump. His foot is broken with…

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October 16, 2018 in Donate, Sick Bunny

Vet bills keep piling up..

And the vet bills keep piling up. One of our rescued meat bunnies from Coquitlam started lurching and looking poorly. She was rushed to the vet (kudos to the Little…

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