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A fast moving fire in the Santa Cruz mountains has forced evacuations. Please don't leave your animals behind! Here is information about resources available to care for your rabbit if you have to evacuate.
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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!
A reminder that with the heat wave hitting the Bay Area this week, keep your bunnies safe and out of hot cars.
Camby and Taylor are two baby bunnies with splayed legs. Camby is also suffering from an infection of her urinary tract.
Update: September 15, 2016
Dumbledore developed a large and painful abscess under his chin, and needed another surgical procedure.
Carley is a baby bunny who sustained a terrible broken leg injury. She needs emergency amputation surgery to save her life.
Binky is available for adoption! He will make his debut at our adoption show on August 3 at For Other Living Things in Sunnyvale. Read about his journey from the shelter, to paralysis, and full recovery.
Amira was surrendered to a shelter with a broken and splayed rear leg.
Update: July 15, 2016
Amira's leg has healed well. She will be spayed on July 17th and then is available for adoption.
Eli was an emergency rescue from a shelter due to persistent head tilt.
Update: July 14, 2016
Eli is well enough to be neutered this week. He is on medications to treat a stubborn inner ear infection.
Dr Harvey gave a presentation at BunnyFest about GI Stasis. Her notes from the presentation are now available. Knowing about this condition is very important for rabbit guardians, it can be a lifesaver!
You can now support The Haven's bunnies through Amazon's Smile program. Register today to make a gift to The Haven with every purchase you make on Amazon.
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