We love our volunteers. <3 When a rescue is caring for hundreds of rabbits, there are always questions about the ability to spot medical issues, but our sharp-eyed crew do a pretty good job. Health checks can be as simple as making sure every rabbit in every colony comes to eat when dinner is served, but issues like these ones are harder to spot. But spot them they did. :) (The toe bunny just got an immediate amputation surgery and the vets are still trying to figure out the issue with the urine scald bunny). Rabbitats' protocol calls for monthly 'bunny spas' where all the rabbits get physical exams and grooming (if needed), but manpower is a challenge. We are again without a proper Volunteer Coordinator, we're hoping to fill that position ASAP, but in the meantime if anybody wants to step up for the spas, we'd really appreciate it! We're based in Richmond, BC. (PS: We already have a 'spa' scheduled for one of our micro-sanctuaries in the Surrey/North Delta area this Saturday if anybody wants to help). ... See MoreSee Less
It's our FIRST $3 Thursday!With our vet bills on the rise (we're headed toward $6000 per month!) we are looking to our community to help us continue to provide high-quality care to sick and injured rescue rabbits. For the price of a coffee (less if you enjoy the fancy ones!) you can make a HUGE difference!PayPal Giving Fund allows for fee-free donations - so click here to donate your $3 today: www.paypal.com/ca/fundraiser/charity/3764772You will have to enter your $3 into the 'Other' field. You do NOT have to have a PayPal account to donate!Our buns thank you for your kindness! ... See MoreSee Less
Remember the girl the wonderful people at the Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley called us about earlier this month? She was found on the side of the road in Richmond with an apparent injury and head tilt? We agreed to pay the bill and take her in but it turned out she was under the BC SPCA's account so we sent the donations their way ($250) and they took her in at their Vancouver location. They named her Tilda. 😆 Well she's now completely cured and as of tomorrow she'll be up adoption! She's apparently a sweetheart. <3 ... See MoreSee Less
Rabbitats is a volunteer-run charity that survives off the donations of wonderful people like you. Every cent we receive goes towards rescuing feral and abandoned rabbits: paying for veterinary care, finding good homes, and building sanctuaries.
Rabbitats is a registered charity, #715079695 RR 0001