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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Anyone know where to go to adopt a bunny ?

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  • Gretchen
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    I can’t find a rabbit rescue in my area. I live in Michigan in a suburb 30 miles outside of Detroit. Help.. My bunny needs a buddy



    Kokaneeandkahlua
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    jerseygirl
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    Tiny Paws Rescue & Sanctuary have rabbits listed on perfinder.
    http://www.tinypaws.org

    Do contact Rescues that are further afield because they may have rabbits in foster care homes that are closer to you.
    Good luck!



    tobyluv
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    Other rescues in Michigan are:

    West Michigan Critter Haven http://www.wmicritterhaven.org/
    Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary http://www.rabbitsanctuary.org/
    Midwest Rabbit Rescue http://www.rabbitrr.org/

    Check Pet Finder to see if any other rescues show up in your area. There are usually county shelters that will have one or two rabbits at times. Some county shelters may not list on Pet Finder, so you can call them directly or go to their specific websites to see if they have rabbits available.



    LCK8
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    you should check out petfinder fill in the info and see what you find



    Hopper
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    Petfinder and AdoptAPet are good sights to look at. Hope this helps.



    binkiessince2010
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    I got Charlie through the Buckeye House Rabbit Society, but i don’t know if this is anywhere near you….


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