Rabbit Wranglers plays such an important part in the rabbit community in our area. Helping shelters and owners with medical or behavioral rabbits and educating the public about proper rabbit care are just some of the things that make this organization so great.
Need to board your rabbit while you are away? Rabbit Wranglers provides this service, so you don't have to worry if a bunny emergency comes up. Access to vets experienced with bunnies is available.
Wonderful organization run by fantastic, caring people. Always available to help night or day when a rabbit is in need.
I'm not quite sure where to begin, but I will certainly try not to write a novel.
When I adopted my bunny, Heidi, from Animal Friends in 2014, I was given Rabbit Wranglers' information. Little did I know how much it would come in handy.
Heidi was originally a stray, and her first year with me included some unfamiliar behavior, worms, stasis, and many trips to the ER Vet. And, as promised, Suaz and Alyssa were there every single time. Whether it be 5 pm, or 5 am, they upheld their promise to be there for Heidi and me.
Fast forward a couple months when I rescued a little boy bun named Teddy. I'd never rescued before, so Suaz talked me through it all. Teddy was doing great until he had a medical emergency on new years eve.
I called Suaz, scared to death, and she immediately came to my rescue. On her way over, her car broke down, and I felt horrible. She stayed on the phone with me the entire night and kept me calm while Teddy was being cared for. After he was released, he became part of Rabbit Wranglers' medical boarding and was nursed back to health and adopted by a lovely family!
Suaz also medically boarded Heidi last year during a medical issue, and when she came home, she was a changed bunny! They truly are bunny whisperers, and have a magic touch.
I don't know how I'll ever repay them for their support and guidance, so I became a Rabbit Wrangler volunteer as of last December. Since then, I've learned so much, and have boarded bunnies, as well as fostered a few. It's the least I can do to give back to Suaz and Alyssa for all that they've done for me.
If it weren't for these two phenomenal women, I don't know where I'd be. But I do know one thing for sure, that I'm honored to be a volunteer with the most amazing group of people I've ever had the privilege of knowing.
I had my first conversation with Alyssa, co-founder of Rabbit Wranglers in the fall of 2014. I had just purchased 10 lbs of timothy hay from an on-line vendor for the first time, and I contacted her to see if I could share some with the rabbits. I thought it would go bad before my guinea pigs could finish it. She told me how to store it to keep it fresh. I was so impressed with her knowledge and caring that I became a volunteer.
In January 2015 Alyssa asked if I could take in a foster rabbit. I never had a rabbit so she matched me with 9.5 year old Orlando. You can probably guess what happened next. After 6 months of fostering this sweet, gentle girl, who is nice to guinea pigs, I realized I couldn't live without her, and officially adopted her.
Since then, I have had the pleasure of meeting Suaz, the other co-founder of Rabbit Wranglers, and many of their dedicated, wonderful volunteers. Rabbit Wranglers never turns away a rabbit in need and they are always available to give advice or help with a sick bunny. Alyssa and Suaz and volunteers also spend countless hours planning and holding events to raise money for the rabbits in their care. Their dedication to the cause is amazing, and they are available 24/7.
I attached a photo of sweet Orlando. She is 11 years old, thanks to Rabbit Wranglers.
I've owned rabbits for a few years and first dealt with Rabbit Wranglers when I was in need of boarding for my bunnies while I was out of town. I was so pleased with the care they received! Shortly after that experience, I was able to begin fostering rabbits in my home for Rabbit Wranglers. Alyssa and Suaz are simply amazing with their dedication to the health, well-being and happiness of the rabbits! They both go above and beyond the call of duty to help not only the rabbits, but the clients as well. I'm so happy to now be a part of this organization!
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.
We adopted a bunny in January we were nothing but happy and satisfied with their shelter the people here make all the difference I would never adopt from another shelter this one is our favorite thanks for everything you do for the bunnies
This is the most wonderful caring organization! They have helped me learn everything i need to know about keeping my bunny happy & healthy. and they have helped. They have always been there to help my bunny & his medical needs. They are truly the best!
My bunny Calibos was a cronically sick bunny with a rare disease. I was pointed in their direction for help. I have to say that they are the most amazing caring group I have ever met. They will bend backwards to help any bunny with any ailment. They are the best and I would recommend them to any. bunny owner or anyone who would consider bringing a bunny into their home. They have taught me more about owning a bunny than I have read in books. I'm so happy to know a group like them.
RW is an amazing organization run by incredible women. I have learned so much from them & they have always been there for me. I couldn't be more grateful.
I initially came to Rabbit Wranglers seeking help with two rabbits my family was no longer able to care for. They had an array of behavioral problems which made owning them overwhelming and I felt lost trying to problem solve and help them feel safe with me. Alyssa and Suaz walked me through the entire process of litter training and house training. She also gave me a ton of information on how to interact with rabbits in a way that allows their wonderful personalities to come through. My rabbits have transformed from two frightened bunnies to two sassy, snuggly pets whom I cannot imagine life without. I made a lot of mistakes in the process and Alyssa was always there to walk me through new ways of doing things, without any condemnation or judgment. As far as I can see, she has treated each and every volunteer with respect and grace. I spent some time fostering for them when I lived in a bigger space, and I wish I could do so now. In that time I learned more about rabbit care than I thought possible. They have a gift for pairing the adopters with the rabbits that will work with their personalities. If I had more space, I would foster for them in a heartbeat, and adopt another rabbit.
The rabbit that I wanted to adopt from shelter was too medically complicated for them to handle, so they transferred Peach to Rabbit Wrangers. RW let me be her foster mom until she was healthy enough to be mine officially, and in mean time they paid for her medical expenses.