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Ohio House Rabbit Rescue Inc

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: The mission of Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is to build and operate a Center for rescued abandoned pet rabbits, offer a robust adoption program, and provide educational resources and programming on the proper care of rabbits as indoor companions.

Results: During 2011, OHRR organized the Midwest BunFest, a one-day festival and exposition for pet rabbit owners and those who are thinking of becoming pet rabbit owners.

Programs: Midwest BunFest

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Rating: 5

We have a Holland Lop that we were given by a teacher that was not able to have him as a class pet in her new school. He's a lovely pet but we had some learning to do after adopting him. OHRR helped us get the right food, hay, and xpen for him so that he's much happier and healthier. We go to the Bunfest every year. The Bunfest "spa" is worth every cent and our bunny enjoys all of the other rabbits (and crazy bunny people like myself) at the fest. My daughters and I visit with the bunnies at OHRR a couple of times a year just to socialize with them. The location is awesome and we enjoy seeing different breeds of bunnies. I like to donate to this organization with my United Way funds. I can see where the funds go everytime we visit the facility.