- Adoption Showcase
- Visit an Adoption Show
- Basic Rabbit Needs
- Adoption Criteria
- Pre Adoption Questionnaire
- Adoption Contract
- Rabbit Veterinarians
- Spay/Neuter Resources
- Feeding Your Rabbit
- Indoor Rabbit Housing
- Rabbit Emergencies
- Rabbit Bonding
The Rabbit Haven is involved in an ongoing rescue at a back yard breeding site in Santa Cruz County. At least 15 rabbits will be taken from the site and transferred to an already full shelter. We need help to save their lives.
Please help if you can!
Come to an adoption show and meet your forever friend! The Rabbit Haven holds adoption shows twice a month in Soquel and once a month in Sunnyvale. Each show offers:
The Rabbit Haven is a 100% volunteer rescue. Our volunteers are the life blood of what makes The Haven work. Maybe you would enjoy working with our team. We are in need of temporary foster homes, adoption show support, transportation, office help, and many other positions. Find out more about volunteering opportunities today!
One of our volunteers created a Tshirt design and Booster campaign to raise funds to pay for our bunnies who have medical needs. It can be a Tshirt, ladies cut T, or long sleeve and it's got a bunny. What's not to like?
The Rabbit Haven has rescued three groups of babies from shelters in the last week. Take a look at all the cuteness inside!
Update: January 26, 2015
Magic developed an infection that spread to her kidneys. She passed away in January of 2015.
Our friends at For Other Living Things collected some great donated items for The Haven as part of their Rescue Tree project.
The Haven's bunnies would like to thank all of our supporters who made generous gifts from our Amazon wish list.
An anonymous Haven donor has pledged $700 to match donations toward the medical expenses of Kacey and Caroline. Please help us raise $1,400 for their care.
Kacey was abandoned at a shelter with a severe infection in one of her eyes. The eye had to be removed to save her life.
Update: November 18, 2014
Buster had an additional surgical procedure yesterday to remove some infected tissue from his injured ear.
Update: November 14, 2014
Mina has gained almost a pound, and is thriving in her Haven foster home.
Update: November 11, 2014
Lil' Bit has become a rambunctious little bunny. She is still on medications to help with an upper respiratory problem.
There is an ongoing outbreak of the deadly myxomatosis virus in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Learn more about this deadly disease and what you can do to protect your rabbits.
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