Sponsoring Bunnies at Rabbit Haven

Many of our adoptable, recovering, and sactuary bunnies are looking for sponsors.

By sponsoring a bunny, you can become part of that bunny's story, its progress, and its life.

As a sponsor, you can choose to donate regularly or toward specific medical needs, send everyday supplies, treats, and toys, as well as visit. Visited bunnies are able to become and remain more social, giving them an advantage toward adoption.  

Also, as a sponsor, we hope that you will advocate for responsible bunny ownership and share your bunny knowledge with others.

Meet Ricky

Sponsorship type: visitor, TLC, a few treats to put on some weight

Ricky has an injred hind leg that healed badly. He has a tattooed ear so we suspect he came from a breeder, and he's very sweet and used to being handled. The leg does not cause him pain but he in unbalanced at times and hops around carefully. Ricky lives inside the Rabbit Haven barn--he is a new arrival and his photo will be updated soon.

While at Rabbit Haven, Ricky would very much like a fun, new hidey-house and a few treats.

Meet Alvin & Simon

Sponsorship type: visitor, continued socialization, treats & toys

 

Alvin and Simon are brothers. They came to Rabbit Haven from a rescue in California, whose owner had passed away, and so they had nowhere to go. They are both neutered, medium size, adult New Zealand bunnies. Since they are a bonded pair, we will always keep them together, whether at the shelter or once adopted.

Alvin (white) is the more curious of the two, but if you sit in their enclosure a bit, both will come up and check you out. They are ready for a forever home, where they can play and relax together.

While at Rabbit Haven, Alvin & Simon would very much like books and treats to chew on and keep them busy. Perhaps a tunnel would be fun too, to hide and play in.

Meet Quigley

Sponsorship type: visitor, socialization, treats & toys

Quigley came to Rabbit Haven as part of The Seabeck 11 group--bunnies from a breeding operation that supplied bunnies to a meat farm. This is truly his second lease on life. He is about 6 months old, neutered and medium size; a New Zealand bunny. Since he has not had a chance to be socialized, he is a bit shy, but he is young enough for a mate. Quigley is ready for his forever home and family.

Being that Quigley is a single guy, he would really like a visitor to while away the hours. A chew toy and treats would help him overcome his shyness.