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Precious Rabbit Rescue and Sanctuary Society is a non-profit, no kill rabbit rescue that aims to protect and care for domestic unwanted, abandoned, special nees or injured rabbits.  We provide our rabbits with large clean cages, quality nutrition, entertainment, veterinary care and lots of love.  We educate people about rabbit care, and they need as much care as any other animal.  As long as we have the space we will not turn away a rabbit because of their health, breed, sex or age.  Some rabbits will stay as a sanctuary rabbit and maybe placed into long term foster homes.  We spay/neuter the rabbits prior to adoption.  We ask those interested to come and meet the bunnies to find the perfect match.  We also do home checks and continuing support. 

Precious Rabbits Rescue

Happiness is one hop away!

We do have other rabbits up for adoption other than the ones listed.  The others still need to be worked with, or are waiting to be fixed. Feel free to contact us if there is a personality type you are looking for. 

 

 
Rabbits are the 3rd most abandoned animal in North America.  There is so much misconception that rabbits can live in a small hutch with out much attention or care.  It is also believed that letting a rabbit go free when no longer wanted that the rabbit will survive.  Both of these beliefs are both horribly wrong. 
 
Rabbits need to be able to move around freely, have a clean environment, proper food and water, plenty of activities, and at least an hour or more of human interaction a day.  They are very social and need to feel love as much as any other animal. They are extremely smart and very entertaining.  They are not just a part time pet, nor are they a cuddly like a toy bear.  Each rabbit is unique in everything they are and do.
 
Allowing a rabbit to be set free is sentencing them to a horrible death.  Domestic rabbits do not have the ability to take proper care of themselves without our protection.  They are likely to be attacked by cats, dogs, halks, owls, and many more predators. This can cause them at best an immediate horrible death, or severe illness and injuries that will kill them slowly.  Placing a rabbit outside to fend for its self would be like saying us as humans could survive the mountains of Alaska without protection. Most of us would die of hypothermia, starvation, illness, injury or from wildlife.  Imagine how you would feel if you were in that situation. 
There is always an alternative than allowing your rabbit to go free.  That is why we do what we do.

Our Mission

Precious Rabbit Rescue and Sanctuary Society is a non-profit, no kill rabbit rescue that aims to protect and care for domestic unwanted, abandoned, special needs or injured rabbits.  We provide our rabbits with large clean cages, quality nutrition, entertainment, veterinary care and lots of love.  We educate people about rabbit care, and they need as much care as any other animal.  As long as we have the space we will not turn away a rabbit because of their health, breed, sex or age.  Some rabbits will stay as a sanctuary rabbit and maybe placed into long term foster homes.  We spay/neuter the rabbits prior to adoption.  We ask those interested to come and meet the bunnies to find the perfect match.  We also do home checks and continuing support.