Thanks to our supporters, Rabbitats has purchased a piece of a farm in Langley (in association with the Kindred Community Farm). But now we need to build a barn!
A place to call your own is the ultimate stability…
Rabbitats now has space to house colonies in a fur-ever home!
We didn’t raise our goal, but we were able to purchase at least a small piece of an amazing property with our Kindred Village partners.
Rabbitats has rescued and rehabilitated hundreds (if not thousands!) of injured and abandoned rabbits across the Lower Mainland. We have been closed for intake of new rabbits in need recently due to a heartbreaking lack of space and stability.
The property has an existing shed that needs to be rebuilt, and we need to build a showcase enclosure to demonstrate colony rescue to others to expand destinations for the hundreds of rabbits out there in need of homes.
With our own space, we can be positioned to be self-sustaining through ecotourism projects (who wouldn’t want to vacation at a farm sanctuary with a ‘rabbit village’!?), growing our bunnies’ food, and so much more that will do wonders for our cause.
We need $50,000 by August 31st, 2023!
We understand this is a high order but we can’t house the bunnies without it.
It won’t be easy, and we (and the bunnies!) are counting on our ENTIRE community to help us try to make this happen!
Are you in? Awesome! Here’s what you need to do:
Donate – help give rescue rabbits the stability of owning their own home! Donate to this fundraiser now!
Share – Your power to help us reach this goal is in much more than what you can give – it’s in who you can inspire as well! Crowdfunding is all about SHARING after all! So copy and share this link – or better yet go to the share bar at the top of this campaign and post to social media, email to your network, even put a widget on your webpage!
We Need Builders and Tradespeople – If you know any individuals who can help, please reach out to them! They can email us at email@example.com for details.
We Need Volunteers! – There’s going to be a lot to do to move the bunnies and their current housing and supplies from their current location and set them up at the new property.
We and our buns thank you!
If this property doesn’t work out, we will be exploring other co-housing projects, so the investment will be going towards new housing for the rabbits whether we reach our goal or not.
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