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We are so grateful for all of the support we receive. Our generous donors, auction attendees, and supporters allow us to keep the barn running. It takes a lot to keep our bunnies warm, safe, fed, and dry.
We cannot do it without our volunteers and community assistance.

If you hear of anyone who bought a bunny for Easter and
now don’t want to keep it, please encourage them to do the following:

1. Reach out to bunny groups on social media. Learn about the marvels of bunnies.
Enjoy having a beautiful bunny, don’t just clean its pen.

2. Ask family and friends to give you a caretaker break.
If you’re going through a rough/busy patch in life, ask a friend to foster.
Share the load.

3. Consider why you want to get rid of it. Does it need to be spayed/neutered?
Do you need to understand litter box training?
Is the feed too expensive? All those things can be solved!

And if you still want to get rid of your bunny:

4. Post flyers at your vet’s office and work.
Ask around for a known, loving family to adopt it.

5. Request a courtesy posting with recognized rescue groups like
Rabbit Haven, Special Bunny, Rabbit Meadows, or Binky Bunny Tails.
If you can keep the bunny until it has a new owner, it still has a chance of a good home.

6. Beware of Craigslist. People feed bunnies to exotic pets.

7. Contact your local humane society to see if you can surrender it there.
Make sure it’s a no-kill shelter.
And ask about volunteering at the shelter to help them help you.

8. Start over with step 1.

Dumping a bunny is NOT ok—it is also illegal and cruel.

The Rabbit Haven Spay & Neuter Campaign

in collaboration with Willie's Fund


Andy, Jackie O, Millie, Moochie, and Fury

Over 80% of the rabbits surrendered to shelters each year in the US are not spayed or neutered, and 70% of them are adults. Most of these are given up by their owners because the owners have too many rabbits or unplanned litters and cannot house them and so are no longer able to care for their rabbits.

The premise of the campaign is pretty simple:
1) raise money
2) spay/neuter rabbits
3) fewer bunnies are born and abandoned
4) rinse and repeat

Help us Help More Bunnies--Learn about our
Spay & Neuter
campaign and donate to Willie's Fund today.


Oh my bunnies!

Just in the past couple of weeks, Rabbit Haven has taken in 11 bunnies from Kitsap Humane Society along with 3 others. Here are our new arrivals! All of our bunnies are cared for, socialized, spayed/neutered before being adopted out. Keep tabs on these cuties as they will soon be up for adoption.



About Rabbit Haven

Rabbit Haven is a non-profit rescue and shelter for domestic rabbits. Our barn is located in Gig Harbor, WA. Our mission is to help as many rabbits as we can, but sometimes we are full and cannot accept new rabbits. Please email to inquire about intakes and adoptions.



 We have updated our Amazon Wish List!


Rabbit Haven has many needs - and the Amazon Wish list is

the fastest and easiest way to

send a much-need item for all the buns!



 Hip Hop Hooray!! We sell hay!!








Bunny boarding services

Going out of town?

Your bunny will need a place to stay

- we have that perfect place!

Boarding is only $10.00 per night per bunny.

Or $15.00 for per night for Double Occupancy

We offer monthly rates too!

Contact us for information or use our Boarding Request form.