Rabbit Wranglers saved my baby girl and helped her find a home with me. They brought her back to good health and even had her spayed before I adopted her. They screen all of their adoptees (thoroughly) and help new bunny owners learn everything they need to know to take the best care of their new adoptees. They did a great job matching me with the perfect bunny for my personality and experience. There are so many bunnies out there in need of loving homes, and I'm so grateful Rabbit Wranglers is here to help them.
Kind-hearted, wonderful staff with a desire to help innocent animals. I've been so lucky to interact with this bunch!
Rabbit Wranglers is awesome! They provided advice promptly on a weekend night and followed up to ensure that our beloved bunny was progressing well. This was after a substitute for our local vet didn't diagnose our bunny's condition correctly. Thank you Rabbit Wranglers!
So happy that we discovered Rabbit Wranglers. Alyssa paired us with the most perfect little guy and has been there ever since when we've needed advice or a recommendation. I would give more than 5 stars if I could!
Alyssa, Suaz and their group of volunteers take in abandoned, neglected and injured bunnies, and give them top-notch care and the best opportunity to be placed in loving homes. They are there to offer expert care and comfort at the most difficult times and encouragement and advice always. I can’t say enough good things about the work Rabbit Wranglers does. We are so fortunate to have this great organization here in Pittsburgh! Lula and Cubby could not agree more!
I have 2 buns from Rabbit Wranglers. Not only were they fantastic to deal with through adoption, but they are always available for questions. Becoming a bunmom has made a difference in how i live my life.
Rabbit Wranglers does an amazing job educating people about rabbits, helping people care for their rabbits and rehabilitating the sickest rabbits in the area. A Rabbit Wranglers volunteer has boarded my rabbits while I'm on vacation for the past three years and I can't imagine leaving them with anyone else!
It was late in the evening when we found a domesticated rabbit hit on the road. We immediately got him and began to look for someone to take him to that night. When we got the number of Rabbit Wranglers. Suaz was very nice agreeing to meet us half way (mind you its 11:30pm ) at a Location in Monroeville. She kept us informed about Thumper, "Solomon P. Thumper They are the best!!
Suaz & Rabbit Wranglers have been there for my rabbits many times this year. I have had senior bunnies and a rabbit with a disability that I had questions about. They are always so giving and happy to help. I don't know what I would do without them.
Rabbit Wranglers helped when I found a rabbit wandering the streets. They took care of her vet visit & provided advice for her care. Suaz & Alyssa are accessible & down to earth.
My boyfriend and I attend school in Pittsburgh. We both are not from this location so we always have to take our rabbit with us when we travel. If we go somewhere we cannot take her, finding a friend who is rabbit savvy is hard. We want to feel comfortable if we go away on vacation. We googled and looked at some local organizations and found out rabbit wranglers does "boarding" for free with a donation. We were absolutely thrilled and we got matched short notice with an excellent caretaker. Our rabbit usually gets stressed when she moves and doesn't eat for a few hours. Right when we dropped her off with who we got matched with she was eating and exploring. We had updates and texts the whole time we were gone. We have someone who we feel comfortable watching our rabbits and a contact for life! We got a ton of helpful information out of this as well. Everything was really easy to do and stress free.
Rabbit Wranglers is a beautiful non-profit who helps small animals everyday. They rescued my bunny from a disturbing hoarding situation and saved her. Rabbit Wranglers is a selfless non-profit because I adopted my bunny from another shelter. To me this speaks to the mission of finding homes for these animals in need. They are always extending themselves to other shelters in the community to ensure these animals have their best shot at a forever home. When the local shelter explained what Rabbit Wranglers did to save my sweet girl, I did everything I could to work to support them. Cutie is doing better than ever.
Rabbit wranglers helped take care of and find forever homes to two bunnies I rescued (one stray and one neglected). It is awesome that Pittsburgh has an organization that can provide foster care for rabbits that need extra love and care.
Rabbit Wranglers has helped to educate me about domesticated rabbits, what happens after Easter, how they're abandoned,rescued and often from where, how sensitive to illness and ill care they are, their numbers, varieties, and more. Rabbit Wranglers demonstrates consistent kindness and welcome to its bunnificiaries and its bunnifactors.
Rabbit wranglers helped me in a trying time when my female rabbit was going through stasis. It was very stressful and I had not owned a rabbit that had stasis before but luckily Rabbit Wranglers provided my rabbit and I, the supplies that she needed. She recovered soon after and Rabbit Wranglers made sure to check up on her progress. I'm so very thankful for them and to have the opportunity to work with them as well.
Rabbit Wranglers is, simply, the best. I have adopted three rabbits from RW and have received solid advice, fantastic help and continuous support.
Rabbit Wranglers is helping a rabbit of ours who has an immune deficiency illness.
They are Angels of Mercy!
I've worked with Rabbit Wranglers as a foster parents for a few years. Everyone involved in this organization is wonderful, they're dedicated and care for the well being of all of their bunnies. I highly recommend adopting through them and working with them.
I've volunteered for almost a year now. While I expected very nice folks. I was met with not only polite but extremely knowledgeable people. All of which care deeply for the Rabbits in their care as if they were their very own.
Good info when questioning issues with our rabbit.
Rabbit wranglers is an exceptional nonprofit that I found during my years at a different nonprofit, Wildlife Works Inc. At Wildlife Works we take injured and orphaned wild animals in for rehabilitation; unfortunately many of the animals who come to us are actually domestic animals that have been dumped in the wild. This includes lots of ducks, geese, wild animals temporarily kept as "pets", and domestic rabbits. It breaks the hearts of our staff to see these creatures starving and hurt in the wild because they don't have wild instincts, but we do our best to save them and find domestic forever homes.
That's where rabbit wranglers comes in! They have accepted many rabbits from us, either to find them homes or offer them more extensive care in a private setting. We love the work they do, and I knew that when it was my turn to get a companion rabbit, I would choose one of WR's rescue buns. I adopted my first rabbit, Horace, in 2016. ☺️ I'm continuing to learn more about rabbit care from WR resources. I hope to use my experience to offer better care the next time I rehabilitate a hurt rabbit.