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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Robin & Girls Rabbit Sanctuary

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    Robin & Girls Rabbit Sanctuary is a privately funded NO KILL animal rescue in the process of becoming a 501(c)3 

    specializing in rescuing domestic rabbits as a collaborative effort to bring surrendered pets to new, wonderful homes with adoption processes tailored to their specific needs; while promoting education and encouraging spaying/neutering!

    We provide temporary housing and permanent housing for rabbits who cannot be adopted out for medical and/or behavioral reasons.

    Our rescue works with Pet Supplies Plus on Alpine for our adoption events and with the Humane Society of West Michigan as a collaboration to find homes for adoptable pets!

    Our long term goal is to have a building around 1200 sq ft to house a maximum capacity of 30 rescues while continuing adoptions, educating the public, & offering special programs/demonstrations for children

    We offer an Easter Special Demonstration at schools yearly to educate children .

    We take in strays, owner surrenders, and transfers from other organizations.

    If you are looking for a bunny and would consider adoption, we have 8 adoptable bunnies right now, 3 with medical needs, and 3 who we are working with to socialize!!!!



    LongEaredLions
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    So glad to hear that you are helping to make a difference in the lives of bunnies. I hope all of your rescues are adopted into lovely forever homes.


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