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Spring Auction happening tomorrow! Click on the picture link to take you to our Auction page :) <3 HoPpY Bidding ;)Thank you for supporting our Fall 2021 Auction. We raised over $4100 which went towards paying down our vet bills and supporting hay and food for our Rabbits. I hope we will be able to have an equally successful Spring 2022 Auction running from May 27th to June 5th (ending at 9:00 p.m. PST). ... See MoreSee Less

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Anybody available for a small reno job? It's a tight labour market but we need to do some renovations to our construction trailer (parked at our shelter in Richmond, BC) to make it clean and pretty. (We've had rabbits in it so it doesn't even look this good any more, lol!) It needs new flooring (this stuff has already been ripped up and we have a roll of new linoleum), some of the drywall needs replacing, some ceiling tiles, and it needs a nice coat of paint. Volunteers can help clean and paint and we have a budget for the repairs if we can find somebody to do the work. Email jobs@rabbitats.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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This social girl came hopping up to a park worker near the Queens Park Arena in New Westminster, BC. Abandoned rabbits are being found increasingly in every community on the Vancouver Lower Mainland and half of Vancouver Island. She's with New West Animal Services on the off chance anybody is missing her (or wants to adopt her if no guardian steps up). New Westminster Animal Services ... See MoreSee Less

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