- 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
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!
Mina was brought to a shelter by animal control officers after being found with no food or water and near death from malnourishment. She is now recuperating at a Haven medical foster care site, where she is steadily improving and gaining weight.
Update: October 21, 2014
Alexandri's infection has spread and she had another surgery today. She is also on new medications to try to fight her infection.
The Rabbit Haven held a spay/neuter clinic where 26 Haven bunnies had surgeries perfomed by Dr. Hilary Stern, DVM and DR. Laura Summers, DVM. The clinic was held at the FOWAS site in Watsonville.
Update: October 15, 2014
Lilu (formerly Lulu) is completely healed!
Update: October 10, 2014
Jasper's hip surgery was successfully performed by Dr. Nakamura. He is now recuperating in his foster home.
Update: October 9, 2014
Lil' Bit has become very active and alert. She continues to put on weight, but requires daily nebulizer treatments.
The following is an update on how these animal bills fared and thank you for all your successful efforts to make California a more humane state. We couldn’t do it without you!
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.
Update: October 1, 2014
Pasha will see his vet again this week to have his abscess site examined.
Warning: This article contains graphic images of Pasha's injuries
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