These rabbits are currently available through New Mexico House Rabbit Society:
Did I mention I have lots of energy? Well, that makes me notice EVERYTHING and usually I run from it until I have thoroughly investigated and observed it. Can't be too careful. If you pick me up I don't mind. I won't kick or scratch or bite, but if you are going to do that...Catch me if you can!
I was dumped by someone unkind as a baby last Easter. Life on the street has taught me to take awhile to trust, but when I do, I'll be so happy to hang out with you!
Adoption events are too loud, noisy & stressful for me, but a forever home sounds like heaven! I'll wait here at my fosters', perched on the entertainment center or the back of the couch, for my perfect person. Don't wait too long! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in adopting me.
As you can see in the photo, he makes light work of cardboard box destruction, and we think he'll enjoy a home with plenty of physical challenges. He likes playing in, around and on top of his box and will spend lots of time tearing up newspaper for fun. He'll also fidget with his pine cones.
At meal times, he loves his pellets. He also enjoys eating salad, but isn't greedy and eats it slowly over the course of many hours. He draws the line at cucumber however, failing to see the appeal.
He has excellent litter box skills. He loves to receive a petting, and can be picked up.
At 5 months old and neutered, Whiskey is looking forward to finding his forever home. Can you accommodate this industrious bun with plenty of activity in your home?
***Whiskey is currently being fostered for the Albuquerque East Side Animal Shelter, but you can register your interest with his foster carer by emailing Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org***
At 5 months Daphne is the perfect age to find her forever home. Fostered in a rich, stimulating environment, this bun has had a head start as a practiced house bunny and is ready to form a bond with her new companion(s).
Daphne was brought to NMHRS with 3 brothers and sisters after being found as strays. She was only a couple months old so she has grown up around humans and is very comfortable around them.
Daphne loves to lounge around and gaze up at you with her head on the ground. However, she is not lazy and enjoys exploring her environment. She is very sweet and likes to be pet on her head. She's very good at being picked up.
***Daphne is currently being fostered for the Albuquerque East Side Animal Shelter, but you can register your interest with her foster carer by emailing Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org***
"Hello! Our names are Papa G Fluff and Nintje! We are a bonded, spayed & neutered pair both just over a year old. Our mom is looking for a really good indoor only home for us, preferably with someone who has had rabbits before. She is joining the military family, moving across country, and sadly is unable to take us along.
Nintje is a female Dutch who enjoys being petted on her ears and will tolerate being held. Papa G is a single-maned lionhead who does not enjoy being pet and is not the biggest fan of being held. He also sheds a lot and will need to be brushed. Both are litterbox trained. We will come with our litterbox, hay, food, and our nice enclosure, for which Mom is asking a rehoming fee.
Only respond if interested and if prepared for a bonded rabbit pair. Mom will be asking to see where we will live and she would love to stay in contact: email@example.com "
To find out more, please call 505-435-9916 or email Criss Starr.
Note: House Rabbit Society does not take in rabbits directly from the public. We only take in rabbits directly from shelters. For information about finding a home for your rabbit, please visit here