- 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
Update: March 21, 2015
Four bunnies were rescued from the shelter. They will be spayed on March 22, and three of them are already adopted. The rabbits that remain at the shelter will be rescued on March 22. We still need foster homes and donations for these bunnies!
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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!
There is no more important season than this season to get the word out about Easter rabbits. Do not give Rabbit as Easter gifts! Read more to learn why.
BunnyFest 2015 will take place on Sunday May 31 in San Jose, California. We hope to see you at BunnyFest this year! Register online at 2015bunnyfest.eventbrite.com.
Do you want to help Bay Area shelter rabbits? Important shelter volunteer positions with The Rabbit Haven are available in the San Jose area.
Caroline, who was violently thrown into a bush and nearly killed, has recovered and is read for adoption into a home of her own.
Dora was rescued from a neglect situation with badly injured feet and legs. She was rescued by The Haven and will be treated for her injuries.
A new Bunny Bee event has been added on April 18th to prepare hand made crafts for sale at Bunny Fest. We'd love to have you join us!
With help from The Haven, the Hollister Animal Shelter has opened a new bunny housing and play area. Check out the great work of our shelter advocates!
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.
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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