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35 rabbits were confiscated by Santa Clara County and taken to a local shelter. They were dehydrated, unfed and left in the open with no protection. They need immediate rescue from the small shelter where they are being kept.
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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:
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Bunnies, tell your humans to get out their cameras and get ready to take some fabulous photos of you! The Rabbit Haven is creating a magazine for BunnyFest and they are looking for PAWSOME digital rabbit photos of AMAZING rabbits like you who are good at listening and who have amazing EARS.
You can now register online for BunnyFest 2016, which will be held on May 22 at IBEW Hall located at 2125 Canoas Garden Ave in San Jose, California from 11 AM to 4 PM. You can register today at Eventbrite. We look forward to seeing you at BunnyFest! You can also visit the BunnyFest 2016 website to get up to date information about the event.
Harper had several broken teeth and several infected tooth roots when she was returned after an unsuccessful adoption. She required dental surgery to remove five teeth and may require more.
Three tiny orphaned rabbits were rescued from a flooded house after the recent heavey rains. Their parents had perished in the flood. They are being hand fed by our Haven infant care team.
Binky was an emergency rescue from a shelter. He was severely underweight and near death when he was surrendered. He is safe and recovering in a Haven medical foster home.
Update: February 9, 2016
Pepe saw Dr. Harvey on Sunday, and got a thorough examination. Dr. Harvey found an eye infection as well as infected bites, but she is hopeful that these will be resolved with medication rather than surgery.
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.
Update: October 30, 2015
One of Dumbledore's abscessed hocks is healed, and he no longer needs daily soaking.
Update: October 29, 2015
Kathryn had a full leg amputation surgery on October 28. She is recovering at a Haven medical foster site.
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