Return to the NJHRS Home Page
NOTE: At this time, NJHRS is not fostering rabbits. Please click here for rabbits in need of homes.

Additionally, you can visit
PetFinder. On the left-hand side, under  "Location", put in your zip code. Under "Type" click on rabbit and click on "Find Pets." Search. It will come up with organizations in your area who have rabbits in need of homes.


Below is a list of rabbit rescues in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania who have rabbits up for adoption. Please contact them directly.


New J
ersey
Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue 
Waldwick, New Jersey
Email

Little Furries Rescue

Email
Facebook

Willy’s Wabbits

Rabbit Haven by the Sea
Email

Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue
Clinton, NJ

908-238-0814

For Bunny Sake Rabbit Rescue
Maple Shade, NJ
Email


Kind Heart Rescue
Monmouth County, NJ
609-339-0448
Email

My Tribbles Corp

New York
Rabbit Rescue & Rehab - House Rabbit Society NYC
http://www.rabbitcare.org/

Bunny and Clyde Rescue
Terra Meierdierck <bunnyandclyderescue@gmail.com>
Educator, Upstate NY House Rabbit Society


All About Rabbits Rescue
Vivian Barna <vivianbarna@gmail.com >
https://www.facebook.com/pages/All-About-Rabbits-Rescue/376964952373394?fref=ts

PennsylvaniaLuv-N-Bunns Rabbit Rescue
http://www.luvnbunns.org/ House Rabbit Society of SE PA & Delawarehttp://www.rabbit.org/chapters/se-pennsylvania/index.html

WARNING

New Jersey House Rabbit Society cannot personally vouch for all of the rescues above. And even if we could, over time, management might change. While most rabbit rescues are good, it is up to you to do your due diligence if you are looking to surrender your rabbit.

Below are websites about a closed down rescue in New Jersey that by all appearances was good, but was really hell for the rabbits.

LMRR1

http://causes.worldpeacemeet.com/stoplmrr/lmrr-is-shutting-down-revocation-of-business-registration-notice/

Updated:  May 14, 2017