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Colorado House Rabbit Society

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Domestic pet rabbits were rescued and placed with adopting families.

Programs: Domestic pet rabbits were rescued, given shelter and placed in homes. Rabbits receive medical care, neuter and spay and are socialized prior to placing in homes.

education and information were provided to the general public and local veterinarians and adoptive owners. Newsletters are printed and sent and information packets are distributed.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Donor

Rating: 5

My wife and I wanted a pet for a while but could not decide what to get. About 2.5 years ago a cottontail rabbit started spending most of it's time in our yard so we built a hutch out of branches and it loved to hang out in there. We love this rabbit and know we want a pet rabbit or two for our home. We hope to get the pet rabbit from Colorado House Rabbit Society. I also want to volunteer there. Rabbits are awesome!

Donor

Rating: 5

The Colorado House Rabbit society has been phenomenal in helping us keep our rabbits healthy and happy. We moved to Colorado 6 years ago from Dallas with a down right mean female lop that had been given away numerous times by our boss, only to be returned within days. She was a biter. We couldn't part with her, though, and she made the 750 miles trip to her new high altitude home. Here kind vet recommended the HRS to us, and we immediately visited them in Broomfield. They advised having her spade and partnered. We never imagined she would get along with another being, but amazingly there was a bunny guy out there that was actually compatible with our wererabbit. We're happy to say the partnership of Dusty and Daisy is still a total love affair, tho occasionally Daisy still gets in a snit and punishes her humans. The HRS has helped us with instantaneous medical advise, tuneup classes, safe rabbit food and toys, and fun and enlightenment at their Spring Flings. Thank you, Colorado House Rabbit Society.