Richmond rabbits hop to new homes
The House Rabbit Society is a no-kill shelter in Richmond. They save rabbits from around the area from being euthanized. When you walk in, it neither smells like a shelter, nor looks like one. With carpeted floors and bright open enclosures, it looks more like a rabbit hotel. Which it sometimes is. The House Rabbit Society also boards rabbits for families who need their pet taken care of while they are away.
All animals brought to the HRS are spayed and neutered, and given frequent medical care. They are fed fresh food from the community garden out back, and are socialized by volunteers and the few employees the HRS has. If you are looking to adopt or want to volunteer go to http://rabbit.org/rabbit-center/.
Meet some of House Rabbit’s finest:
Stanley has been at the House Rabbit Society for nearly two years. He is gentle and playful. Click to check out his page on Petfinder.com
Jane Renee is a sassy lion head rabbit, guaranteed to keep you on your toes. Click to check out her page on Petfinder.com
Hans here is shy but sensitive. Click to check out his page on Petfinder.com
Opal greets you when you first walk into the House Rabbit Society like an old friend. For an animal that had a such a rough start, she holds no grudges. Click to check out her page on Petfinder.com
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